IKI Highlights 2020

We look back at the past year and have summarised the challenges and solutions of the International Climate Initiative.

The Corona pandemic also means numerous limitations for the IKI work, which were managed well together.

 

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Eco-toilets and solar lamps: A Lagos slum goes green

Poverty and lack of basic services make life a struggle for many families living in the Lagos area of Ago Egun Bariga. This film shows how an IKI project helps the people with eco-toilets and solar panels.

 

 

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Call for project outlines for climate action and biodiversity conservation in Peru

The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has published a country call for two bilateral projects with Peru funded under IKI. This country call continues the long-standing close cooperation on climate protection and biodiversity conservation between the two countries.

 

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IKI Small Grants: 2. Call started

IKI Small Grants "International Calls" has launched its second call for proposals in search for new project ideas. The idea competition is open until 9 February 2021.

 

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Call for project outlines on sustainable recovery

The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has launched a new funding round of the thematic selection procedure under International Climate Initiative (IKI).

The first phase of this two-stage selection procedure is designed as a competition for entrants worldwide, with ideas about projects for climate action and biodiversity conservation in developing and countries in transition.

 

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Working together towards a sustainable recovery

The COVID 19 pandemic confronts all the countries of the world with major challenges. The BMU has developed a "Corona Response Package" as part of the IKI. The package supports the partner countries of the IKI in addressing these challenges.

 

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Big ideas to protect the planet

How could humanity live on the planet without further harming it? The IKI-funded project "Global Ideas" presents big ideas in a web special.

 

 

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News 15.01.2021

First biosphere reserves in Georgia

Georgia is making significant progress towards the designation of its first biosphere reserves. IKI is providing planning support for one reserve.

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12.01.2021

Homeschooling with IKI: Learning package on climate-friendly food

Multimedial learning materials by Deutsche Welle's designed for classroom and distance learning.

Interview 07.01.2021

Towards Resilient Infrastructure in Costa Rica

In an interview, Andrea Meza Murillo, Minister of the Environment in Costa Rica, talks about the challenges that climate change poses for securing infrastructure and about the work of the CSI project.

News 07.01.2021

Costa Rica’s hands-on (climate action) policy

In Costa Rica, tropical storms regularly cause serious damage to the country’s infrastructure. IKI supports the country in becoming more climate resilient. 

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Thematic call

The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has launched a new funding round of the thematic selection procedure.

 

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Working together towards a sustainable recovery

The Corona Response Package supports the partner countries of the IKI in addressing the challenges of the COVID 19 pandemic.

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NDCs – a key tool for international climate change mitigation

How nationally determined contributions (NDCs) function and how they contribute to the mitigation of the global impacts of climate change.

Homeschooling with IKI

From plastic waste to urban nature and insects: Deutsche Welle’s learning packs bring climate action and wildlife conservation into the classroom - no matter where it takes place. 

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Impact of the coronavirus pandemic

We have answered your questions in regard to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on IKI projects.

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