Study | 11/2018

Bangladesh Bank's Journey with Financial Includsion and Climate Change

The purpose of this case study is to clarify the important link between financial inclusion and climate change and to add to a growing body of evidence of how financial regulators are addressing pressing issues of climate change mitigation and adaptation for those at the bottom of the pyramid. It examines the work of Bangladesh Bank to enact policies aimed at transitioning the financial sector to a green economy and helping the population cope with financial losses from climate change and adapt to new livelihoods and environmental realities.

report | 11/2018

NAP-Ag Highlights Report 2018

This report presents the highlights of the "Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans (NAP-Ag) Programme" during 2015-2018. The programme seeks to safeguard livelihoods and to promote resilience through National Adaptation Plans.

briefing | 11/2018

Africa is getting ready for Article 6

This policy brief highlights that active participation of African countries in designing Article 6 guidance and rules as well as the early onset of piloting activities are at the core of fostering Africa’s long-term position in the emerging carbon markets.

Manual | 11/2018

Accounting of the land-use sector in nationally determined contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement

This Guide describes the specific challenges of the land-use sector related to the estimation of emissions and the accounting towards mitigation targets. It provides an overview of existing accounting modalities for the land-use sector and supplements those by possible new approaches in a way that readers will get an overview of available options for the accounting of the land-use sector.

Study | 11/2018

Reserve Bank of Fiji's Experience with Financial Inclusion and Climate Change

This case study examines the early work of the Reserve Bank of Fiji (RBF) to enact policies that will transition Fiji's financial sector to a green economy and help the population cope with the financial losses of climate change and adapt to new livelihoods and environmental realities.

Guideline | 11/2018

Devolving climate change governance in Kwale County, Kenya

This climate governance guide for Kwale County clarifies the role of county governments in managing climate change at the local level. It seeks to simplify climate change terminology as well as give practical methods for enhancing knowledge transfer between different stakeholders. The guide is intended to serve as a reference for sustainable resource planning and a basis for the training of relevant stakeholders on local climate change issues.

Study | 11/2018

Multi-level Climate Governance in Kenya

This study summarises the important progress Kenya has made in developing its policy and institutional architecture in response to climate change through the lens of multi-level governance and multi-stakeholder climate action.

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