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Is Building Climate Resilience Feasible in a Refugee Settlement?

The authors received a Catalytic Grant Award at the Gobeshona Global Conference in 2021 to support climate-smart agriculture and clean cooking practices in a refugee settlement.

Students and their teacher stand outside a boat school in Bangladesh

The world’s poorest have the strongest resilience, yet their voices remain unheard

Those on the frontline of the climate crisis have something to teach the world about climate resilience if they are given a meaningful seat at the table

Waste is Wealth: The Untold Story of Esther Mirembe

The authors received a Catalytic Grant award at the Gobeshona Global Conference in 2021 to support collective learning to build resilience in informal settlements. Below they tell the story of Esther Mirembe.

GRP at MENA Climate Week

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Climate Week aims to accelerate collaboration and integrate climate action into global pandemic recovery. Building forward opens an opportunity to address social inequalities and invest in economic development that is good for humanity and nature.

Meet GRP at the Gobeshona Global Conference

The Gobeshona Global Conference brings together policy-makers, researchers, and practitioners from around the world to share their knowledge and experiences on climate change issues with a focus on Locally-led Adaptation (LLA).The conference will take place from 27 March – 1 April 2022.

Apply for a Catalytic Grant Award at Gobeshona

This year at the 2nd Gobeshona Global Conference, attendees have the opportunity to apply for Catalytic Grant Awards.

Biodiversity Risk Will Become Material by 2024

Biodiversity loss threatens the value chain on which we all depend, according to a new report from global law firm Clyde & Co and the Global Resilience Partnership, published today.

Global South Expert Pool: Open Opportunities

GRP is looking to commission one or two experts from the majority world as consultants to conduct mapping exercises on resilience measurements.

Five Steps to Make Change Happen

We have some important things to do in the next few years – in terms of the economy, society, and climate change. In this blog, our Innovation and Scaling Lead, Jesper Hornberg, outlines steps to make change happen.

Innovative Tools for Smallholder Farmers across Africa and Asia

farmbetter and Grameen Foundation team up on the Agripath project to bring agricultural digital advisory services to smallholder farmers.