Since early 2020, the world’s attention has been on the global coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic continues to put massive stress on existing health systems, exposing their fault lines. As nations think about how to make health systems more resilient to

While global response to climate change lags, Pacific Island leaders will take matters into their own hands. On May 12th, the outgoing Secretary-General of the Pacific Islands Forum, Dame Meg Taylor, announced the launch of the Pacific Resilience Facility (PRF). Aimed at

The COVID-19 pandemic did not break the world, but rather revealed a world already broken. COVID-19 and the climate crisis exposed the fragility of economies and societies, upending the lives of people worldwide and, in particular, harming vulnerable communities and countries already facing

Tanzania’s Women Parliamentarian Group came together to explore pathways for mainstreaming gender into climate adaptation planning. Article in collaboration with: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) seeks to address the increasing challenge of global warming and

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