Mitigating the impacts of climate change in Ghana

Education is the first step to climate action.

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Our Results

  • 30 Countries Supported

    by our national projects since 2014

  • 14 Climate Change Learning Strategies Developed

    in partnership with national and global partners

  • 700.000 Beneficiaries Reached

    in more than 200 countries

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The #transportation sector is a key contributor to emissions globally. According to @IMOHQ, shipping represents 2% of emissions globally, which is comparable to big emitting countries, like Germany. Learn how the #shipping industry can become greener👇

Today in #Ghana🇬🇭 our team was interviewed on the occasion of the country's 2023 Climate Change and Green Economy Week. Watch the full interview👇

Ghana's🇬🇭 2023 Climate Change and Green Economy Week is in full swing and our team is there to take part in it. Below, Ms. Cristina Rekakavas, Coordinator of UN CC:Learn, talking about #climatechange and the collaboration between UN CC:Learn and #Ghana.

#DYK that 1 million lives can be saved each year through improvement in air quality associated with greenhouse gas emission reductions? @WHO @UNITAR  Learn more about #climatechange and #health👇

Happy #WorldWaterDay! #DYK that #wetlands such as mangroves, seagrasses, marshes and swamps are highly effective carbon sinks that absorb and store #CO2, helping to reduce #greenhousegas emissions? Learn more about the role of water in #climateaction👇

Join us on March 30 at 4 PM CET for a joint training between Climate Watch and Systems Change Lab on the transport system. @WorldResources Discover what's needed to transform the transport sector and learn how to find datasets to underpin research. 👉

UN CC:Learn Partners