Climate impacts social and economic development across sectors, in numerous ways. Each sector also has unique opportunities to contribute to climate solutions. USAID integrates climate change in development programming across a variety of technical fields.
Hanzel Cubangbang first learned about the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in college. It became his dream to one day see the campus and conduct the types of research he was studying firsthand.
This October, Climatelinks is focusing on games for development, and we would like to hear from you! Games can take a variety of forms, from in-person tabletop games to web-based or mobile applications.
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.
The Dominican Republic is one of the world’s ten most climate-vulnerable countries and experiences significant gender inequality in the Latin America and Caribbean region. The combination of these issues can threaten the health, safety, and livelihood of women and girls, who are often directly on the frontlines of impacts.