UN CC:Learn is a partnership of 33 multilateral organizations which supports countries in designing and implementing results-oriented and sustainable learning for climate change.

Investing in People and Learning to Foster a Climate Resilient and Green Transition

UN CC:Learn News

Malawi, September 2014. As part of their effort to integrate climate change education in primary school curricula Malawi recently launched a sourcebook for primary school teachers. [ ... ]

The UN CC:Learn Guidance Note for Developing a National Climate Change Learning Strategy has been translated and is now available in French and Spanish. [ ... ]

22 September 2014. The United Nations present a publication to show how the diverse entities of the UN system work together to support ambitious international action on climate change. [ ... ]

Partner News

28 September 2014. The World Bank e-Institue present an e-course to train city officials in developing countrieson the subject of disaster risk management (DRM) at the city level. [ ... ]

12 September 2014. UNIDO and FAO organized a workshop on the subject of biogas production in agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean, which was attended by specialists from 16 countries. [ ... ]

10 September 2014. UNFCCC Secretariat organized three regional hands-on training workshops on the use of the non-Annex I greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory web-based software (NAIIS). [ ... ]

UN CC:Learn Country Projects

UN CC:Learn supports countries in taking a strategic approach to climate change learning. Partner countries include Benin, Burkina Faso, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Malawi and Uganda.


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