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Current IKI selection procedure

The IKI selection procedure for country specific programme outlines for Argentina, Costa Rica and Ukraine is open for application. Programme outlines can be submitted until 29 April 2019 through the IKI online platform.



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Global Ideas learning packs for children and young people; Photo: Deutsche Welle

Global Ideas learning packs for children and young people; Photo: Deutsche Welle

Forest protection worldwide - New learning pack by Deutsche Welle

Forests store CO2 and produce oxygen, thus helping to regulate the climate. But what happens if our forests disappear and what can we do to help protect them? Find answers with Deutsche Welle...



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Video: Green pumps for Jordan's water

Jordan goes to great lengths to get water to its people. It's a dry country that requires a lot of power and the water still doesn't always reach its destination. New technology could be the solution.



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Project World Map

The International Climate Initiative supports projects worldwide in the areas of Mitigation, Adaptation, Natural Carbon Sinks/ REDD+ and Biological Diversity.



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Video about the International Climate Initiative

A two and a half minute animated film explains in a short and understandable way in which areas and topics the International Climate Initiative (IKI) is involved.


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Multimedia Documentary

This multimedia pageflow not only follows Dora's life, it also delves into the consequences of deforestation and the resulting dangers for orangutans.

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The bimonthly newsletter, IKI news, provides up-to-date information.

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Video: 10 Years IKI (2018)

See in this video, how since 2008 IKI has been working on fostering climate protection and measures for adapting to climate change in collaboration with developing and emerging countries, as well as to sustainably manage forests and enhance forest carbon stocks (REDD+) and to preserve biodiversity.