The WMO’s page on climate provides information to help decision-makers and users plan and adapt their activities and projects to expected climatic conditions, reducing risks and optimize socio-economic benefits.
The UNESCO CCE Clearinghouse is an online database on Climate Change Education (CCE) that provides easy access to hundreds of CCE resources, including good practices, teaching and learning materials, scientific articles and multimedia material from around the world.
The joint UNDP/World Bank Climate Finance Options (CFO) Platform is a one-stop comprehensive resource for developing country stakeholders who are seeking information on climate funds, financed projects, and tools for successful climate actions.
The ClimateTechWiki platform offers detailed information on a broad set of mitigation and adaptation technologies. It aims at supporting a wide range of stakeholders in developed and developing countries who are involved in technology transfer and low emission development. It has been developed by UNDP in collaboration with the UNEP Risoe Centre and other partners.
ALM provides a common platform supported by GEF, UNDP, UNFCCC, the World Bank and FAO for sharing and learning concerning adaptation. It draws upon experiences on the ground, and offers tools and practical guidance to meet the needs of developing countries.
This e-Learning facility, offered by UNESCAP, the Asian Institute of Technology and the Regional Resource Centre for Asia and the Pacific in partnership with the UK Government, provides interactive on-line training on green economy.
The Climate Change Knowledge Portal developed by the World Bank links users to over 250 climate indicators and includes visualization tools depicting temperature and rainfall scenarios to the year 2100.
The e-learning website of the World Bank Institute offers a range of free online courses relevant for climate change learning, including "CDM/JI: Navigating the Kyoto Protocol Project-Based Mechanisms" and "Climate Adaptation for Managing Agricultural Water".