Climate compatible development opinion pieces give insight into context in Ethiopia and Mozambique

31 March 2016
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As part of the Lesson Learning from National Climate Compatible Development (CDKN) project with the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), CIDT has commissioned two further opinion pieces that focus on Ethiopia and Mozambique.

Adam wind farm EthiopiaEthiopia’s investment in climate compatible development

Ethiopia’s Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation was recently accredited to receive funds from both the Green Climate Fund and the Adaptation Fund. Robi Redda, CDKN’s Ethiopia Country Engagement Leader, and Tesfaye Hailu, CDKN’s Ethiopia Programme Manager, reflect on five factors that contributed to Ethiopia’s success.
Read the full post at the CDKN website.

Two boys carry water homeThe impact of 2014 elections on climate change governance in Mozambique

After the presidential elections in 2014, Mozambique underwent significant changes in government to reduce bureaucracy and government spending. Celso Tamele, a biosystems engineer and consultant, considers the consequences for climate change governance.
Read the full post at the CDKN website.


For more information and downloads from this project, including activities in Rwanda and Kenya, please visit the project web page.