Climate Change

Aprendo con Servindi (I learn with Servindi): Virtual training platform for Indigenous Peoples

16 Feb 2021 - 23:08

For the methodological adaptation to the virtual format, Servindi developed a package of graphic tools and resources, dynamic and ludic progress evaluation tests.

IFAD’s Climate Action Report 2019

6 Dic 2019 - 04:17

These witness statements show that climate change challenges can be successfully overcome and that the ongoing effort to overcome these challenges is paying off.

Women and youth lead change in Lima's highlands and high rainforest

28 Sep 2019 - 08:12

“The many challenges we face here, mainly due to lack of water, made people to migrate to Lima, but this is starting to change,” says Mayor Miguel Castro.

Young smallholder farmers overcoming climate challenges in Viet Nam

12 Jul 2019 - 03:10

Climate change is a youth issue because most countries in which the youth population accounts for a sizeable share of the total population also depend heavily on agriculture

Norwegian government to Peru on the JDI: "We are waiting for results"

23 Abr 2019 - 22:30

"Our concern is that the longer time goes by, the threat goes against us and the JDI's climate contribution will be minimal," said Richard Rubio from Aidesep.

The voice of the forests in Katowice

3 Dic 2018 - 10:10

Following is the agenda of parallel events and press conferences of COICA, AIDESEP and other indigenous organizations in COP24

Climate Change and indigenous peoples

28 Nov 2018 - 09:41

Indigenous peoples are among the most vulnerable to the negative impact generated by climate change owing to their lifestyle and close relationship with the land

The Arhuacos’ last stand in the heights of Sierra Nevada

16 Oct 2018 - 09:38

Indigenous communities’ livelihood in Colombia is threatened as they are struggling to keep their ancestral territory. The Arhuaco peoples have organised themselves.

Why smallholder farmers are the key to combating global warming

23 Ago 2018 - 00:22

The world faces a rising population, rapid urbanization, climate change, declining soil fertility and increasing demand for food and fuel. All of this puts pressure on land.

Defining and measuring state fragility

19 Feb 2018 - 09:43

A conversation with J.J. Messner, Executive Director of The Fund for Peace, and speaker at IFAD’s annual Lecture Series during the Governing Council meeting.

Caring for the Planet Starts from the Ground

12 Dic 2017 - 00:30

Globally, more than 1.3 billion people are trapped on degrading agricultural land, leading to millions of people abandoning their ancestral lands and migrating to urban areas

Europe's forest management has not helped to fight climate change

26 Nov 2017 - 10:23

Different trees have different properties so changing the composition of Europe's forests alters their impact on climate change.

COP23: True climate leadership still missing

22 Nov 2017 - 03:32

Another round of climate negotiations is over. And, like last year, President Trump has failed to stop the global climate talks from moving forward.

UN Climate Change Conference, 6 November 2017, Bonn

7 Nov 2017 - 12:21

“Climate change is scientifically proven. The impacts are felt today - it is the biggest threat we face. The Paris agreement is irreversible and we do not have much time left"

The Indigenous Agenda in COP23

30 Oct 2017 - 21:15

The Amazonian indigenous peoples of Peru will be represented by the Peruvian Inter-Ethnic Development Association (AIDESEP), whose delegates will participate in COP23.

On the ground in Ethiopia

3 Oct 2017 - 00:05

In the Somali region of Ethiopia, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. The death of many livestock has caused a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods, contributing...

How vulnerable are we to collapse?

25 Sep 2017 - 16:55

How various societies have responded to changes in climate, shifts in food resources, and natural hazards—among other challenges to human survival?

The Shintuya Declaration and the Alto Madre de Dios Demands

13 Jul 2017 - 05:16

The native communities in the alto Madre de Dios basin met in Shintuya and demanded more protection for the forests against migration and climate change