Ethiopia enhances irrigation, watershed and pastureland management to translate climate plans into actionable climate solutions
In early 2022, Ethiopia officially launched the SCALA programme with an inception workshop that brought together key stakeholders from the Ministries, private sector and civil society institutions. The SCALA programme sat down with Negus Lemma, the Director General at the Climate Change and Biodiversity (EPA) and H. E, Wondale Habtamu, the Advisor of the Minister (MoA) in Ethiopia to learn more about the outcomes of the workshop and highlight the programme’s plans for the next five years.
COP26 confirms need for increased ambition on public and private finance in the agriculture and land use sectors
Learn more about the key COP26 outcomes on finance in agriculture and land use sectors. Discover SCALA Technical Assistance Facility for private sector engagement launched during SCALA COP26 side event.
Cambodia strengthens climate action coordination with ministries, private sector and community-based organizations
The SCALA programme sat down with Dr. Prum Somany, Director at the Department of International Cooperation (DIC) and Assistant to Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to learn about how Cambodia plans to accelerate its adaptation and mitigation goals in the agriculture and land use sector.
Mongolia prioritizes adaptation and mitigation goals on livestock, animal husbandry and arable farming
To learn more about how Senegal is scaling up its climate ambition in land use and agriculture to meet the targets of its NDC and related climate strategies, the SCALA programme sat down with Mr. Boubacar Drame and Mr. Younoussa Mballo, from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Equipment, to understand how to overcome barriers to achieve Senegal’s climate agenda.
Uganda identifies barriers, solutions, and investment opportunities for gender-responsive agri-food value chains in the cattle corridor
To learn more about how Costa Rica is scaling up its climate ambition in land use and agriculture to meet the targets of its NDC and related climate strategies, the SCALA programme sat down with the Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Mr. Renato Alvarado to unpack the opportunities and challenges in this process.
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