Stakeholder Participation

IFAD Launches Recipes for Change Campaign [viewed]

IFAD8 December 2014: The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has launched a campaign ‘Recipes for Change' to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change on food crops and traditional recipes, particularly in developing countries, and how small-scale farmers can adapt. A series of Recipes for Change online videos will share recipes from rural communities, being prepared in the homes of rural families and using local ingredients that are threatened by climate change.

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Transport Day 2014 Discusses Climate Initiatives, SDGs and UNFCCC Linkages with Transport [viewed]

tday7 December 2014: Approximately 200 participants convened at the Sheraton Lima Hotel and Convention Center to focus on the theme 'Transport Tackles Climate Change,' during Transport Day 2014.

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LAC Countries Launch Land Restoration Project [viewed]

limacop207 December 2014: Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries and regional programmes, in partnership with regional and global organizations, have launched ‘Initiative 20x20,' a country-led effort to begin restoring 20 million hectares of degraded land by 2020. The initiative, which aims to restore forests and ecosystems, reduce poverty and improve agricultural productivity, was launched on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference in Lima, Peru.

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World Bank Supports REDD+ Local Participation in the Amazon [viewed]

Worldbanklogo4 December 2014: Reflecting on the important role of indigenous peoples and local communities in preserving forests, a World Bank feature story explores examples of community participation in REDD+ projects in Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru.

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UNFCCC Event Invites Intergenerational Inquiry [viewed]

limacop204 December 2014: For the seventh consecutive year, the UNFCCC Secretariat organized an event on 'Intergenerational Inquiry' to bring high-level delegates and youth delegates from around the world to discuss the role and importance of young people in the UNFCCC process. The side event, which convened at the Lima Climate Change Conference, featured a dialogue on the factors influencing change, including solidarity, networking, inclusiveness, collaboration and intergenerational action.

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FAO, Bolivia Partner on Forest Protection [viewed]

FAO24 November 2014: Participants from 17 producer groups across Bolivia participated in a Market Analysis and Training (MA&D) supported by the Forest and Farm Facility (FFF).

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SustainUS, ANU Propose Options for Intergenerational Equity at COP 20 Event [viewed]

limacop204 December 2014: SustainUS and the Australian National University (ANU) organized a side event at the Lima Climate Change Conference on 'Youth Proposals for the 2015 Agreement: Intergenerational Equity and Bypassing US Ratification.' The side event covered a range of proposals on the UNFCCC negotiations, such as incorporating social discount rate considerations into Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) and recognizing the role of intergenerational education for youth empowerment.

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UN Agencies Hold Training to Strengthen DRR Capacity [viewed]

UNDP4 December 2014: During an inter-agency training on improving disaster risk reduction (DRR), 24 participants from five UN agencies learned about best-practices in capacity development for DRR and emergency preparedness to help countries assess their capacities and establish frameworks for addressing gaps.

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CIFOR Explores REDD+ Lessons from Central Kalimantan [viewed]

CIFOR3 December 2014: In order to highlight experiences in implementing REDD+, the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) reviewed the Kalimantan Forests and Climate Partnership (KFCP) for emission reductions in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. The review emphasizes the need for transparency in REDD+.

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IFPRI, ANDES Discuss Inclusive, Gender-Sensitive Adaptation Programmes [viewed]

limacop203 December 2014: At an event on 'Increasing the Resilience of Farming Communities to Climate Change through Shared Learning and Adaptation Decision-Making with a Focus on Gender,' an expert panel discussed the importance of gender in climate change negotiations. Held during the Lima Climate Change Conference, the side event explored inclusive and gender-sensitive pathways for climate change adaptation and adoption of climate-smart technologies, utilizing both top-down and bottom-up approaches.

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