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In 2012, Bhutan launched its Carbon Neutral Strategy (CNS) as a follow-up to the carbon neutral commitments pledged by the government during the Copenhagen UNFCCC-COP15 meeting in 2009. With the support of the UNDP Low-Emission Capacity Building Programme, the government is undertaking the design of NAMAs, LEDS and MRV across a number of key sectors […]

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Egypt Climate Change Gender Action Plan (ccGAP) Report

Climate change will affect all countries in all parts of the world, but the impacts of climate change will be differently distributed amongst regions, generations, age classes, income groups, occupations and genders. The poor, the majority of whom are women living in developing countries, will be most disproportionately negatively affected. Because climate change affects women and men differently, a gender perspective – firmly rooted in the principle of gender equality – is essential when considering policy development, decisionmaking, and in the development and implementation of strategies concerning mitigation and adaptation.

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Costa Rica Climate Change Gender Action Plan (ccGAP) Factsheet

Costa Rica’s Ministry of Environment, Energy, and Telecommunications is working with the IUCN Global Gender Office to develop a climate change gender action plan (ccGAP). This fact-sheet shows the key issues determined in a participant workshop which include concerns about agriculture, energy, transport, and water. 

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