The Climatelinks Resource Library grew by 150 documents in 2020, covering a wide range of topics from climate finance to human health. Do you have a favorite Climatelinks resource from this past year? Make sure you didn’t miss these great resources from 2020.
A new report, Risk Expands but Opportunity Awaits: Emerging Evidence on Climate Change and Health in Africa by USAID’s Adaptation, Thought Leadership, and Assessments (ATLAS) project captures health risks associated with climate and weather variability.
Two examples of infrastructure development demonstrate how investment in planning and engineering design, that is considerate of future climate conditions, can result in more resilient infrastructure outcomes.
“Climate work is practical, common-sense, good development,” said Carrie Thompson, deputy assistant administrator at the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education, and Environment at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).