In mid-2020, Climatelinks added sector pages to its website. The 14 pages, accessible by hovering your mouse over “What We Do” in the website’s top navigation menu, showcase sector-specific work on climate change that USAID is undertaking in a variety of contexts. Each sector page houses an introductory overview detailing related climate impacts and stressors, as well as potential solutions. Sector pages also provide visitors with links to relevant features, as well as each sector’s most recent blogs, resources, and events.
Photos are a great way to not only capture climate programming in action, but to tell one’s story. The Climatelinks photo gallery has more than 230 photos depicting climate and development, from gender and inclusion to natural resource management . The majority of these photos were submitted via the Climatelinks 2019 photo contest. Stay tuned for the announcement of winning photos from the 2020 contest in January! Below are the five most popular photos of 2020. Let us know if you have a favorite photo.
In 2020, the Climatelinks community focused on a broad range of monthly themes, including disaster risk management, private sector engagement, energy, and sustainable landscapes. These themes provide a wide selection of stories and experiences from USAID-funded programs and activities around the world. However, due to a variety of reasons, some stories always get more attention than others. Below you’ll find a selection of great stories that were not as heavily viewed, and that you may have missed when they were originally posted: