Khangezile Primary School was one of four schools chosen by Earthlife Africa, an environmental justice organization, to have renewable energy technology installed as part of the Sustainable Energy and Livelihoods project.
This report from the USAID-funded Adaptation Thought Leadership and Assessments project examines a range of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) approaches to guide cities toward robust, practical, and resource-efficient urban adaptation M&E systems.
As countries implement greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation projects to meet their nationally determined contributions under the Paris Agreement, they will need to begin aligning the measurement, reporting, and verification for projects with the national GHG inventory to ensure that climate progress is captured in their national reporting.
This report provides an overview of historical climate trends and future projections, asses climate vulnerability in select sectors, and provide recommendations to improve climate resilience in South Sudan.
Many countries face the challenge of strengthening and expanding electricity generation and infrastructure while incorporating climate resilience and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets into long-term power planning.
These infographics by the Adaptation Thought Leadership and Assessments project showcase high-level project successes from USAID/Jamaica’s rich and diverse portfolio of activities on climate resilience, advanced energy, and disaster risk reduction from 2012-2018.