Issues of just transition should be a core component of climate action, sustainable development, and the transformation of societies and economies. This paper outlines key challenges and opportunities for a just transition in the energy and food sector as well as several cross-cutting topics, including gender, youth, social inclusion and protection, and a just COVID-19 recovery.
Civil Society Organisations are a key stakeholder in national and international climate processes. They play a crucial role in contributing to bringing ground-level vulnerabilities into decision-making processes, providing technical support and research, advocating for ambitious action, creating awareness, building capacities, and enhancing resilience of the most vulnerable populations. To ensure that CSOs engage in a consistent and regular manner and enable them to contribute constructively to the NDC review and other climate-related processes, this policy brief identifies a number of key gaps, needs, challenges, and recommendations.
A summarized four-page version of the key research findings from the country profile on Uganda's National Adaptation Plan process. Includes the country context, focus sectors, development priorities, key adaptation needs and policies, and six identified entry points. This research product was developed by Southern Voices on Adaptation in partnership with EMLI as national implementing partner and SLYCAN Trust as technical partner.