report | 06/2018

Status Quo Report – Mumbai

This status quo report carries out an analysis of the situation in Mumbai in India to ensure the successful preparation and implementation of the GAMMA-methodology (Gender Assessment & Monitoring of Mitigation and Adaptation), which examines local adaptation and mitigation policies for their gender responsiveness. Furthermore, it supports the partners’ peer learning and an exchange of knowledge within all the pilot cities involved in the project.

report | 06/2018

Status Quo Report – Delhi

This status quo report carries out an analysis of the situation in Delhi in India to ensure the successful preparation and implementation of the GAMMA-methodology (Gender Assessment & Monitoring of Mitigation and Adaptation), which examines local adaptation and mitigation policies for their gender responsiveness. Furthermore, it supports the partners’ peer learning and an exchange of knowledge within all the pilot cities involved in the project.

Study | 06/2018

Independent data for transparent monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions from the land use sector – What do stakeholders think and need?

This scientific article deals with the importance of independent data for transparent monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions from the land use sector and asks what the various stakeholders think and need to implement effective mitigation measures.

Open Access funded by VSNU

report | 06/2018

Training Toolkit: Community Conservation Resilience Initiative (CCRI)

The goal of the Community Conservation Resilience Initiative (CCRI) is to strengthen the resilience of community conservation practices. The CCRI methodology has been developed for national organizations that are undertaking a national initiative in their countries. It is a simple guiding framework that can be adapted to the reality of a country/ community in order to develop advocacy tools. This training toolkit is based on the presentations of different CCRI partner groups, staff and technical advisors at a global training workshop which was organised in November 2014 in Asunción, Paraguay.

briefing | 06/2018

Reducing climate risk and poverty: why China needs ecosystem-based adaptation

As climate risks increase, China’s government must help its people — particularly the poorest farmers — to adapt and thrive. One increasingly popular and tested strategy is to adopt ecosystem-based approaches to adaptation (EbA). This briefing describes current policy, institutional and political challenges to implementing EbA — while identifying opportunities and priorities for moving forward.

Study | 05/2018

Sustainability of forest biomass for energy and of ethanol from maize and sugarcane in Paraguay

This report presents the results of the implementation of the GBEP indicators in Paraguay and gives recommendations on how to apply them as a tool for sustainable development and how to enhance their practicality.

Study | 05/2018

Sustainability of biogas and cassava-based ethanol value chains in Viet Nam

This report presents the results of the implementation of the GBEP indicators in Viet Nam and gives recommendations on how to apply them as a tool for sustainable development and how to enhance their practicality.

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