Community Based Adaptation Network (CBA Network)
The Community Based Adaptation Conference on Climate Change (CBA) online community space. Visit here for the latest updates on CBA and access to CBA resources.
Learn about Zahid Shashoto's (a board member for the Climate Justice Resilience Fund and program development officer for Uttaran) key takeaway messages from the 17th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change.
Getting local adaptation expertise into global spaces: five key messages we’re taking forward from CBA17
CBA17 was a hotspot for sharing the latest in local climate adaptation expertise and ways to put that expertise into practice. Aaron Acuda and Sushila Pandit set out key takeaways from the four-day global event.
The 16th International Conference on Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA16): Putting the LLA principles into practice
This article presents the key highlights and messages from the 16th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA16) that took place on the 3rd and 4th of October, 2022.
This article provides an overview of the key messages and outcomes from the 15th international conference on community based adaptation (CBA15) that took place in 2021.
A community hub for East African women to lead on solutions which address climate change has laid its foundations in the eastern Ugandan town of Tororo.
Clean Energy Nepal together with NFGF, NLRF, LI-BIRD, and CSRC with the support of CARE Nepal develop and implement 8 different scalable resilient models.
CBA14 Marketplace: Using a social accountability model to empower young people to lead communities in dialogue with local authorities on climate commitments
SAUTI-Youth project unites Tanzanian and Irish youth who will use a social accountability model to dialogue with local authorities on climate commitments.
Round-up of the 10th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA10)
This article summarizes the discussions that took place at the CBA10 international conference, which this year had an urban focus, with the theme of ‘enhancing urban community resilience’
This briefing paper summarises a study by IIED analysing (a) how much support reaches local people and (b) the quality of this support, as measured against ten principles
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