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  • COP23: City planners in Brazil discover the value of nature  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: City planners in Brazil discover the value of nature For a long time, nature was not high on the list of important features for city planners in Brazil. But increased landslides and pollutions…  
  • COP23: Russia's peat bogs: An opportunity for the world's climate  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Russia's peat bogs: An opportunity for the world's climate Peat bogs store twice as much carbon as all forests in the world, making their conservation essential for the fight against climate…  
  • COP23: The last cranes of Cambodia  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: The last cranes of Cambodia A conservation area and the introduction of organic farming aim to save the last 1,000 Sarus cranes in the wetlands along the mighty Mekong. Sarus cranes rely on…  
  • COP23: Protecting biodiversity in the island paradise of the Seychelles  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Protecting biodiversity in the island paradise of the Seychelles Protection of the ecosystem and a myriad of species has high priority on the Seychelles. The BIOFIN initiative will support the…  
  • COP23: Climate-friendly coffee farming in Costa Rica  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Climate-friendly coffee farming in Costa Rica Coffee production contributes significantly to Costa Rica’s economy – but also to the country’s CO2 emissions. Small-scale farmers should now use…  
  • COP23: Struggling to save Fiji's marine wealth  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Struggling to save Fiji's marine wealth The Pacific nation of Fiji is considered a paradise on earth. But in reality, the archipelago’s marine life is threatened. Researchers, politicians and…  
  • COP23: Putting people before palm oil in Guatemala  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Putting people before palm oil in Guatemala The word Guatemala means "place of many trees" in Mayan. But oil palms and cornfields now blanket the land once covered in forest. Some…  
  • COP23: Mobile power to bring Rwanda's remote regions into the future  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Mobile power to bring Rwanda's remote regions into the future In Rwanda, 60% of the population have a mobile phone - but only 15% have electricity. Mobile kiosks now offer solar power and…  
  • COP23: Green fix for food transport  
    Date: 25-10-17
    COP23: Green fix for food transport Coolants used in food transportation are often worse for the climate than CO2 emissions. Now a new cooling system is making the trip from farm to store greener. On…  
  • Building Capacity for Ecosystem-based Adaptation  
    Date: 26-10-17
    The concept of ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA) has become an increasingly important aspect of the international climate policy debate. For instance, over 20 countries refer explicitly to EbA in…