The “Implementing A ‘Ridge to Reef’ Approach to Protect Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functions in Tuvalu (R2R Tuvalu)” project aims to maintain and enhance biodiversity and ecosystem services, sustain livelihoods, and improve resilience.
Indonesia is an ethnically and culturally diverse country with almost 260 million of people spread across more than 17000 islands.
Bangladesh’s leaders focused their efforts on poverty reduction during the years of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). In doing so, they achieved the goal of bringing the portion of its society living in poverty below 29%.
Malaysia created the National SDG Council as part of the National Action Committee in December 2016,
to provide leadership for the country’s programs on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The
During the years of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), Pakistan kept those efforts separate from their development work. The MDGs were viewed as a UN-driven program that would only be complied with via quadrennial progress reports.
Sri Lanka made great strides through its efforts in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), but many challenges remained at the outset of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Established in 2002, Timor Leste is a Southeast Asian nation that has been designated as a Least Developed
Country (LDC), as well as one of the 37 Small Island Developing States (SIDS). In September 2015, the
This case study offers an overview of approaches to the design of community engagement programmes and highlights key challenges and success factors.
The capacity of mangroves to mitigate extreme climate events became apparent after the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004.
The development of low-carbon transport models and sharing mobility are central to transforming carbon-intensive urban transportation systems and an important step towards achieving overall sustainable urban development.
This National Action Plan (NAP) in focus country briefing on the process to formulate and implement National Adaptation Plans in Mozambique considers firstly the country context and the climate change risks.
The purpose of this national climate change finance assessment (the Nauru Case Study) is to assist the Government of Nauru (GoN) make informed decisions on measures to improve access to and management of climate change resources.