Urbanisation is a defining characteristic of life across the globe in the 21st century. Cities offer many opportunities for different types of people to forge a livelihood and lead a fulfilling social life. The diverse options are taken up in particular by women and people who renounce traditional, binary gender roles and norms and are thus often subject to various kinds of discrimination.
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) is the most important multilateral climate fund supporting developing countries in implementing their climate goals to meet Paris Agreement targets. Five years after Paris, what has the GCF accomplished and how can it better support transformative change? This analysis provides an overview.
The Paris Agreement anchored gender equality and the empowerment of women as a core principle in its preamble, mandates gender-responsive adaptation and capacity-building efforts This analysis looks at the progress made, five years after Paris, in integrating gender in the climate funds supporting the implementation of the Paris Agreement.
This E-Paper provides a brief overview of AI’s multi-faceted relationship with climate change, and recommends policy levers to align the use of AI with climate change mitigation and adaptation pathways.