Climate change and natural resources
The global climate crisis is a significant threat to human development. From agriculture to infrastructure, even the most resilient systems are challenged by rising temperatures and increasingly unpredictable weather patterns and vulnerable communities continue to be disproportionally impacted.
With estimates that suggest 100 million people are at risk of being pushed into poverty by climate change by 2030, the need to understand what works and why is more urgent than ever. The transformational change needed to respond to the climate crisis is large scale and complex.
The evaluation and learning work we do to understand climate change, natural resources and resilience helps our partners to use evidence-based findings to make decisions which lead to informed investments and actionable change towards a low carbon, climate-resilient future.
We are committed to taking urgent and ongoing action to address the climate crisis. By 2023 we aim to mainstream a climate lens across all our projects and to become carbon neutral.