Partnerships2030

Climate change is one of the greatest challenges facing humanity. Average global temperatures are currently 1.1 degrees higher than pre-industrial levels. The consequences of warming are becoming ever more apparent: forest fires, intense rainfall, droughts and flooding are on the increase. The people affected most by this are those who contribute least to climate change and live in developing countries. We already know what effective action to take against climate change, as called for by Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 13: it just needs to be put into practice much faster. Multi-stakeholder partnerships can provide vital impetus here.

As an example of a MAP providing such impetus, this factsheet discusses the work of the InsuResilience Global Partnership. Intending to provide financial protection against climate and disaster risks, in the spirit of SDG 13 the vision of the InsuResilience Global Partnership is to strengthen the resilience of countries in the global south.

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Background paper: Results of multi-stakeholder partnerships – Social, ecological and economic impacts at the local level
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Guidelines: Results of multi-stakeholder partnerships – Social, ecological and economic impacts at the local level
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