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UN CC:Learn News

  • New Launch of e-Tutorial on Climate Policy and Public Finance

    27 October 2015 | Online

    UN CC:Learn and UNDP, with support from the Government of Sweden had launched a new free e-tutorial “Climate Policy and Public Finance”, which aims to support policy makers in understanding how to optimize countries’ public expenditures by taking into account the projected climate change impacts.   

  • Malawi Launches Secondary School Sourcebook on Climate Change

    20 October 2015 | Lilongwe, Malawi

    Last week, during the first ever Climate Week in Malawi, the Minister for Natural Resources, Energy and Mining, H.E. Mr. Bright Msaka launched a new Climate Change Sourcebook for Secondary School Teachers in the presence of the UN Resident Coordinator Ms. Mia Seppo. 

  • UN CC:Learn Supports the Integration of Climate Change into Primary Education in Uganda

    07 August 2015 | Kampala, Uganda

    The Governing Council of the Ugandan National Curriculum Development Centre (NCDC), Ministry of Education and Sports, has approved two Climate Change Readers for use in primary schools nationally, as additional materials supplementing the national curriculum. 

  • Strengthening Education and Training in Support of Ghana’s Ambitious Climate Change Response

    05 August 2015 | Accra, Ghana

    Ghana kicked-off the development of its National Climate Change Learning Strategy at a Planning Workshop. The strategy is intended to support the implementation of the country’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (or ‘INDC’ – Ghana’s international commitment to combat climate change). 

  • Mr. Léonce Glèlè Ahanhanzo Presents his Experience as a UN CC:Learn Ambassador

    05 August 2015

    Mr. Léonce Glèlè Ahanhanzo, National Coordinator of the UN CC:Learn project in Benin and ambassador for climate change learning, participated in the meetings organized as part of  the official launch of the UN CC:Learn project activities in Burkina Faso and Niger. He shares with us his experience as an ambassador.

  • Agreement in Dominican Republic to Integrate Climate Change in Higher Education

    31 July 2015 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

    The National Council for Climate Change and the Clean Development Mecanism (CNCCMDL) of the Dominican Republic and the  Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (UASD) signed a collaboration agreement in order to develop initiatives for education, training and public participantion related to climate change.

  • Niger Invests in Skills Development for Climate Change

    25 June 2015 | Niamey, Niger

    Niger has officially launched the process of developping its National Climate Change Learning Strategy, with support from the UN CC:Learn partnership and funding from Switzerland.

  • New UN CC:Learn Resource Guide Promoting Advanced Learning on REDD+

    18 May 2015 | Geneva, Switzerland

    UN CC:Learn and UN-REDD have launched a learning guide for advanced learning on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+), in an exemplary collaboration between two One UN global programmes. 

  • UN CC:Learn Partners Welcome IMO in the Partnership!

    17 April 2015 | Geneva, Switzerland

    IMO has been energetically pursuing the limitation and reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from international shipping, in recognition of the magnitude of the climate change challenge and the intense focus on this topic.​​​​ As such, it works both on setting standards for the industry, as well as provide training for countries to implement them.

  • Full Room for the Launch of the Development of the National Climate Change Learning Strategy of Burkina Faso

    11 March 2015 | Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

    Burkina Faso has started the process of systematically strengthening learning and skills development related to climate change: over 50 people from the government sector, civil society and training institutions took part in the National Planning Workshop for the Development of Burkina Faso’s National Climate Change Learning Strategy.