Amplifying

amplifying

Amplifying local voices, initiatives, and policies for regional learning, best practices, and advocacy.

Connecting

connecting

Connecting practitioners, community members, government officials, and private sector actors to join hands in building urban resilience.

Supporting

supporting

Supporting local/community initiatives intended for building community resilience to climate change

Facilitating

facilitating

Facilitating collaboration among practitioners through knowledge sharing, accessing resources, and influencing government and private sectors’ agenda.

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MEMBER INTERVIEW | by Farraz Theda

Network as The Backbone to Urban Climate Change Resilience

This month, we are trying to figure out how collaboration among regional actors in building resilience would benefit a city with Julie Greenwalt, Urban Environment Specialist of Cities Alliance.

ACCCRN CHAMPION | by Farraz Theda

Rokeya Khatun: Recognizing the importance of dealing with sector-specific gender issues

Rokeya Khatun is our ACCCRN Champion of this month. She has extensive experience in gender, capacity building and climate change in development planning in Bangladesh.

OPINION | by Fiona Harvey

Climate change soon to cause movement of 140 million people, World Bank warns

Recent reports made by The World Bank estimated more than 140 million people in just three regions of the developing world are likely to migrate within their native countries between now and 2050.

STORY FROM FIELD | by Farraz Theda

Re-designing Public Space through Minecraft

According to DMR Statistics, Minecraft has over than 100 million registered users, with more than 50% of these being active users each month. Have you ever tried to use this game to re-design a public space?

STORY FROM FIELD | by Sohanur Rahman

Placing Young People at the Center of All Climate Negotiations

Climate-related disasters pose a threat to the fundamental rights of children and youth in terms of their development and in different aspects of their lives and wellbeing. How does Bangladesh work on involving more youths into planning and program implementation?

TAKEAWAYS | by Farraz Theda

The DAS GARANG Fun Camp with Mercy Corps

Around 70 young people joined the ‘Fun Camp’ organized by Mercy Corps Indonesia through the TRANSFORM Programme to rebuild the mindset of young people about the importance of protecting the environment.

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