For every dollar pledged to tackle climate crisis for world’s poor, four dollars are spent on fossil fuel subsidies that keep the climate crisis alive according to new UNDP research.
We are based in Trinidad and Tobago but also work in Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten to support national governments in fostering inclusive and sustainable development.
After an eventful two weeks of difficult negotiations, the UNFCCC COP26 came to a close on Saturday 13 November.
Humanity needs leadership and solidarity in order to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The UNDP stands ready to help.
Together with partners, the Accelerator Lab analyzes challenges within the local context to identify connections and patterns in search of new avenues of work to act effectively in addressing wicked development challenges.
The magazine-style report presents the Initiative's signature results for women and girls over the course of the global pandemic.
Op-Ed by Randi Davis for 16 Days of Activism Against GBV 2021

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