The Local Government Climate Change Support Programme in South Africa: Real Practice in Collaborative Climate Action

06/2021 | Study
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South Africa’s cities and towns are crucial to changing the country’s emissions profile and building a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy. The national government has pioneered a large-scale capacity-building programme that helps provinces and municipalities across the country better respond to climate change. This study gives insight into how the Local Government Climate Change Support Programme (LGCCSP) works in practice.

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