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The 19th newsletter of the CC&E network with news about new funded SDC projects, a special thematic focus on 'EXPO Milano 2015', news about policy processes and science & reasearch. >> Newsletter Archive
We are pleased to invite you to the next TRAVERSE “Climate finance in the post-2015 context – implications for official development assistance (ODA)” organized by SDC with Kitty van der Heijden (World Resource Institute Europe), Manfred Konukiewitz (Green Climate Fund Board), Martin Stadelmann (Climate Policy Initiative), Jürg Staudenmann (Alliance Sud). >> More information
Andean forest ecosystems have important ecological functions. They store and purify water, for example, and protect people from destructive natural events. At present, Andean forests cover an area of over 35 million hectares. But their survival is threatened – up to 20% of them disappear every year. Until very recently, climate specialists mainly focused their attention on the tropical lowland rainforest countries. With the ANFOR regional project, the SDC wants to promote the exchange among Andean countries of proven strategies for the protection of mountain forest ecosystems. More information
SDC contributes to the UN CC:Learn partnership to facilitate global access to information on climate change and support developing countries in building their human resource capacities. More information >>
The SDC and SECO regularly analyse the impact of their measures in selected thematic areas in the form of effectiveness reports. This report presents the range and scope of SDC/SECO development cooperation projects in the area of climate change during the period 2000–2012 and the results they achieved. >> More information