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The 15th annual Global Forum on Human Settlements took place virtually on October 15-16, with the theme of “Post-Pandemic Recovery and Transformation: Resilient Cities, Healthy Planet.” Some 100 speakers, including representatives of 10 U.N. agencies,...
High-Level Launch 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm CEST (Online) Impacts and risks associated with climate change are felt at regional and local levels. To enable effective action to adapt to and mitigate the effects...
By Richard Graham; UK Met Office  Over the summer I was asked by the Network of Climate Journalists of the Greater Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA) to speak at a Climate Café on...
Remarks by Yannick Glemarec, GCF Executive Director, at the UNFCCC June Momentum for Climate Change I would like to congratulate UNFCCC for this timely event on enhancing action on climate change in 2020.
By; Jon Henley-The Guardian Countries unable to withstand ecological threats among world’s least peaceful, analysis finds More than 1 billion people face being displaced within 30 years as the climate crisis and rapid population growth drive an increase in migration with...
  By Andrew Kaggwa and David Luganda, NECJOGHA Experts at the just concluded Fifty Sixth Greater Horn of Africa Climate Outlook Forum (GHACOF56) have predicted a drier than usual spell in the region from October to December. “The consolidated objective climate forecast...
The Network of Climate Journalists of the Greater Horn of Africa (NECJOGHA) is organizing a climate café scheduled for 3.00-5.00pm EAT on Tuesday August 25th, 2020. NECJOGHA comprises of the 11 countries of the Greater Horn of Africa which include Burundi, Djibouti,...
Weather and climate information provided by national meteorological services across East Africa can at times be technical and difficult for non-experts to understand. A working partnership across the region has come up with an ingenious solution: Climate Cafés. In the Greater Horn of...
Geneva, 9 July 2020 – The annual mean global temperature is likely to be at least 1° Celsius above pre-industrial levels (1850-1900) in each of the coming five years (2020-2024) and there is a 20% chance that it will...