WELCOME to UN CC:Learn

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 is a partnership of 33 multilateral organizations which supports countries in designing and implementing results-oriented and sustainable learning to address climate change. UN CC:Learn has just completed a three year pilot phase (2011-2013) and is now starting a further three year phase (2014-2017) including additional country projects, a range of new learning products and an up-graded learning platform. Read more.

UN CC:Learn News

7 August 2014, Kampala, Uganda. Uganda’s Climate Change Unit is investing in the national climate change desk officer network; a cross sectoral group of 40 individuals. [ ... ]

Indonesia is moving forward with additional training on REDD+, following the a workshop organized through UN CC:Learn. As part of the project, existing training materials were updated and translated. [ ... ]

8 July 2014, Geneva, Switzerland. The UN CC:Learn programme has launched a new and dynamic platform to showcase good learning practices in the area of climate change. [ ... ]

Partner News

20 August 2014. UNEP,UN-REDD and the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies released a guide to strengthen the integration of REDD+ into university curriculum. [ ... ]

15 August 2014. UNDP, through the Low Emission Capacity Building (LECB) project is supporting the Government of Uganda to create a sustainable GHG Inventory Management System. [ ... ]

8 August 2014. The World Bank e-Institute presents an online course on the economics of climate-resilient development oriented towards policymakers from developing countries. [ ... ]

UN CC:Learn Country Projects

In 2011-2013 UN CC:Learn is supporting Benin, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, Malawi and Uganda in taking a strategic approach to climate change learning.

Videos

This video shows that many rural communities are already successfully making the transition to new forms of farming better suited to the rigors of a warmer world. [ ... ]