Author: Ida Gabrielsson

Youth taking the lead: Reflections from the 2023 Asia Pacific Youth Environment Forum 

As next week marks the start of the sixth session of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA-6) on 26 February, Rubina Adhikari from ICCCAD shares her reflections from last year's youth forum.

Food insecurity and climate change swings young creatives into action

Knowledge Into Use award winner, Nobel Arts Entertainment works with young people in Cameroon on how to use arts to come up with solutions to issues like climate change, food insecurity, and conflict.

The climate grant equation 

Adiba Bintey Kamal and Rubina Adhikari from the International Center of Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD) highlight the benefits of grants over loans and share insights from the Catalytic Grants programme.

Using monitoring and evaluation to build equity and resilience

Learn how the Southern African Resilience Academy’s Monitoring and Evaluation Working Group worked with a range of participants to distill themes and insight on building equitable resilience.

In which language does the rain fall

Knowledge Into Use award winners, Natasha Sharma (Community Design Agency) with Himanshu Meena and Nikhil Sharma (Elementree Foundation) facilitated a series of creative workshops to localise, vocalise, and visualise climate change experiences in Govandi.

Bridging the gap: Strengthening urban food system in Zambia through resilience initiatives

Delve into an array of outputs from a cartoons to policy notes that aim to address the complex challenges within urban food systems in the region.

Nine projects spearheading nature-positive agricultural innovations

Together with Munich Re Foundation and Shockwave Foundation, we are pleased to announce the nine winning projects as part of the first round of the Resilient Agriculture Innovations for Nature (RAIN) Challenge.

RAIN phase II is now open

GRP has partnered with the Shockwave Foundation and the Munich Re Foundation on the Resilient Agriculture Innovations for Nature (RAIN) challenge. Apply by 30 January 2024.

COP28: Five key actions to fight the food crisis 

A new science brief from Stockholm Resilience Centre and Global Resilience Partnerships launched during COP28 discusses why the current food crisis has escalated so quickly up to global proportions. The researchers list five key actions for policy-makers to address.

Climate adaptation and resilience financing is critical to the survival of the planet and brings significant economic potential

A new study published today by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in collaboration with the Global Resilience Partnership (GRP) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) lays out the investment thesis for the private sector to finance this space.