UNITAR Receives Grant in Support of C3D+ Project
7 January 2009: The UN Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) has received a EUR 300,000 grant from the Austrian Development Agency to support one of its climate change projects.
The "Capacity Development for Adaptation to Climate Change and GHG Mitigation" (C3D+) project is an 8 million Euro project that aims to improve the ability of developing countries to address climate change by developing adaptation measures and planning mitigation strategies. The project brings together Regional Centers of excellence in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and the Caribbean, to form a network that pools and shares expertise to develop tools and learning materials, and is expected to benefit at least 3000 persons mainly in developing countries. The partners of the C3D+ project are the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) and the International Institute of Sustainable Development (IISD). [Project Website] [UNITAR Press Release]