Promoting healthy ecosystems to build resilience to climate change

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The Climate Action Partnership (CAP) is a powerful alliance of South African environmental NGO’s that aims to reduce the impacts of climate change and increase the resilience of South Africa’s biodiversity and communities by promoting intact ecosystems that are connected at a landscape level, building human capacity and implementing climate change adaptation and mitigation.

The partners include: BirdLife South Africa; the Botanical Society of South Africa; Conservation South Africa (CSA); the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT); the Wilderness Foundation; the Wildlands Conservation Trust; the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA), World Wide Fund for Nature South Africa (WWF-SA).

Energy Research Center's Harald Winker reflects on COP17
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Two Adaptation Method Briefs
The two adaptation method briefs, one on the SA risk and Vulnerability Atlas and the second on a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework used by the GreenChoice alliance (housed within Conservation SA)  [read more ...]
DAFF Issues 2013 Winter Weather Forecast and Coping Strategies to Farmers
National Agro-meteorological Committee (NAC) Advisory on the 2013 Autumn/Winter season  [read more ...]
CSA Releases Renewable Energy Handbook
Renewable energy handbook for incorporating environmental, social and economic considerations into wind energy development in South Africa  [read more ...]
COP 18 Doha Outcome in the News
Doha outcomes as reported by several news publishers and circulated by the Climate Action Network  [read more ...]
Partnership programme for watershed management to be launched in the Eastern Cape
CSA and ERS spearhead catchment restoration and management partnership in the Eastern Cape  [read more ...]
Botswana hosts Sustainability Summit
Botswana hosts African Heads of State Summit for sustainability in Africa  [read more ...]
Payments for watershed services in Kenya
PRESSA publishes policy brief on the potential for PWS in the Sasumua watershed, Kenya  [read more ...]
IPCC sees Disaster Risk for most of the planet
The IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) has released its full report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX).  [read more ...]

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