Theme: Gender, youth and marginalized groups

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

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.

Launching today at COP26 – InsuResilience Centre of Excellence on Gender-Smart Solutions

Tuga Alaskary from InsuResilience Global Partnership shares a bold new initiative to drive gender-smart approaches in insurance and risk finance for climate disasters, launching on Gender Day at COP26, 9 November.

Gender dynamics of ocean risk and resilience in SIDS and coastal LDCs

Through a synthesis of peer-reviewed and grey literature, and numerous case studies from SIDS and LDCs, this report highlights gender roles in two key sectors of the ocean economy (small-scale fisheries and coastal tourism), describes the gendered dimensions of ocean risks, and summarizes efforts across SIDS and LDCs for gender equitable approaches to building resilience to ocean risks.

Winners of the Catalytic Grant Awards

Three teams will be awarded with a $5000 grant. The award is a joint effort from Climate Justice Resilience Fund (CJRF), Global Resilience Partnership (GRP), and International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD).

Resilience of Local Communities: Lessons from COVID-19

This brief provides a first assessment on how 15 local communities in the Global South are building resilience in the face of COVID-19. We found that communities used many different coping strategies, spanning multiple social domains of resilience, when responding to a crisis.

Join us at the Gobeshona Global Conference!

The conference will take place from 18 - 24 January 2021.

One of the restored mangrove areas Phu Loc, Vietnam.

Getting a Grip on Nature’s Value in Developing Countries

Estimating the value of two ecosystem restoration activities in Vietnam

Women cooking together

Building Inclusive and Resilient Societies in Unpredictable Times

This article was originally published in Voices for a Living Planet, a special edition Living Planet Report 2020 by WWF.