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UN Climate Change Conference
Follow our coverage of the U.N. Climate Change Conference for everything you need to know as global development leaders meet to shape global, regional, and industry climate agendas.
Without major changes by the world's biggest polluters, global temperatures are set to rise 3 to 5 degrees Celsius above preindustrial level within the century, according to the World Meteorological Organization's latest findings.
In the sixth episode of the Climate Champions podcast, Devex talks with Shaha Hashim, field project manager for the Blue Marine Foundation, about the impact of climate change on the Maldives' oceans and how they can be restored.
A Joe Biden administration in the U.S. would "bring aid back to the center of our foreign policy," according to a campaign adviser. Here's a look at what Biden's foreign assistance policy could look like if he is elected president.
The latest OECD data on climate financing from bilateral donors ends with the 2018 calendar year. While providing important insights, combining this data with policies and politics shows the trends in climate financing from leading donors.
Reflecting on three decades at the Treasury Department, Karen Mathiasen writes that the U.S. administration’s gross mismanagement of the COVID-19 response and failure to play a constructive role on the global stage threaten to deepen and prolong the pain.
Rather than framing the climate and health crises as separate or competing for scarce resources, experts say there is an opportunity to leverage funding to simultaneously make communities more resilient to both pandemics and climate change.