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Programmes to engage citizens and non-governmental organizations in addressing climate change can be improved by ensuring that information is more freely available. Information must be easily accessible to anyone who seeks it out in libraries, on the Internet or from government offices. This section of CC:iNet provides ideas and best practices for ensuring widespread and convenient access to climate change information.

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09 Apr 2014 “Everything you need to know about the IPCC fifth Assessment Report” – Impacts, Adaptation & Vulnerability Recently, the IPCC has issued the second volume of its Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change , the most updated and comprehensive overview on scientific knowledge about climate change. The video "Everything you need to know about the IPCC fifth... more>> Completed
23 Apr 2014 Young Voices for the Planet Young Voices for the Planet is a film series featuring young people who are making a difference! They are shrinking the carbon footprint of their homes, schools and communities. You, too, can do something about global warming! Completed
25 Jun 2014 UNICEF Child Outlook June 2014 - Special Edition This policy brief provides insights on global trends and their implications for children. One chapter is exclusively dedicated to the outlook on children, who will bear the brunt of climate change, resource scarcity and environmental degradation in ... more>> Completed
07 Jul 2014 Predicting and Projecting Climate Change The UN CC:Learn Secretariat, provided by UNITAR, has launched two resource guides for those interested in gaining a more advanced understanding of the science of climate change. This material complements the UN CC:Learn e-course on the Basics of Clim... more>> Completed
29 May 2014 Plant for the planet – Become a Climate Justice Ambassador Plant-for-the-Planet is a children’s initiative that aims to raise awareness amongst children and adults about the issues of climate change and global justice.Everyone is talking about the climate crisis. What can students do about it? During their A... more>> Ongoing
07 Mar 2014 Pacific Gender and Climate Change Toolkit In October 2013, Secretariat of the Pacific Community/The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (SPC/GIZ), Pacific Regional Environmental Programme (SPREP), UNDP and UN Women collaborated to develop a Pacific Gender and Climate... more>> Completed
23 Apr 2014 Integrating Gender in Disaster Management in Small Island Developing States: A Guide Are you impacted by climate change in SIDS? This new UNDP report looks at integrating gender in disaster management in SIDS: Impacts of climate change are not gender neutral. The effects of climate change will vary between women and men. Women in po... more>> Completed
08 Apr 2014 Indiginous Peoples Rights Land Territories Resources What does a changing climate have to do with Indigenous people? This recent publication by International Land Coalition sheds a light on how indigenous peoples are affected when it comes to cross-cutting issues such as women’s land rights, environmen... more>> Ongoing
07 Jul 2014 Fundamentals of Climate Change Science The UN CC:Learn Secretariat, provided by UNITAR, has launched two resource guides for those interested in gaining a more advanced understanding of the science of climate change. This material complements the UN CC:Learn e-course on the Basics of Clim... more>> Completed
20 May 2014 Empowered Generation - Youth Action on Climate Change This publication by the Global Environment Facility (GEF)’s Small Grants Programme (SGP) highlights how young people address climate change at the grass-roots level and aims to inspire broad engagement of youth in climate action. The SGP supports chi... more>> Completed
25 Jun 2014 Communicating Climate Change: Climate Silence (and how to break it) This briefing paper by COIN, the Climate Outreach & Information Network, examines the various ways climate change has been framed in recent years. Building on examples from the United Kingdom, the authors argue that the debate urgently needs new narr... more>> Completed
09 Jul 2014 Climate Change: Implications for Cities Urban centers account for more than half of the world's population, most of its economic activities and the majority of energy-related emissions. This publication by the European Climate Foundation (ECF), Local Governments for Sustainability (ICLEI... more>> Completed
09 Jul 2014 Climate Asia communications toolkit Do you want to talk about climate change in a way that is easy to understand and relevant for your audience? The BBC Media Action toolkit "Communicating Climate Change: What You Can Do" is based on the results of more than 30,000 interviews on climat... more>> Completed
09 Jul 2014 Climate Access Climate Access is a global network of climate and clean energy communicators, serving more than 2,000 members in 57 countries. Through Climate Access, members are connected to a diverse group of experts, cutting-edge research and proven techniques fo... more>> Ongoing
18 Jun 2014 Capacity Development for Climate Change Partnership (C3D+) The Capacity Development for Climate Change Partnership (C3D+) aims to strengthen capacities of developing countries to address climate change through nationally appropriate measures and planning strategies. Coordinated by the United Nations Institu... more>> Ongoing

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