The UN-Energy Knowledge Network has been launched by UN-Energy to act as a gateway for information exchange on energy issues among actors and programmes within the UN system. It focuses on three thematic clusters, namely energy efficiency, renewable energy and access to energy.
This e-learning module on integrated water resources management (IWRM), developed by the Hydrology and Water Resources Programme of WMO, the German International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO and International Water Research Alliance Saxony, aims to improve research and education on water issues. It includes sessions on climate change.
Climate-Eval is a venue for members of the Climate-Eval community of practice, hosted by the GEF Evaluation Office, to share information on the latest development on the evaluation of climate change and development interventions. The platform features an electronic library, blog, and studies page as modes of sharing evaluation reports, opinion and tools.
The SDplanNet-Asia&Pacific network helps professionals share innovative tools and approaches for integrating sustainable development into plans, strategies and budgeting processes at national, sub-national and local levels. UNDP, UNEP and UNESCAP are part of the Advisory Group.
CLIMTRAIN is the website of IFAD’s climate change tailor-made training programme to support its Programme Management Department (PMD) in building its capacity both in climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Knowledge Centre on Cities and Climate Change (K4C)
The Knowledge Centre on Cities and Climate Change (K4C), launched by UNEP, UN-Habitat, the World Bank and Cities Alliance, serves as a platform for sharing experiences and best practices, as well as facilitating exchange of innovative initiatives, on cities and climate change. It includes an online library, an interactive World Map and an overview of expert institutions.
The Green Growth Knowledge Platform is a global network of researchers and development experts that identifies and addresses major knowledge gaps in green growth theory and practice. Through consultation and research, it provides practitioners and policymakers with tools to implement sustainable development. It embodies a core partnership between UNEP, the World Bank, OECD and the Global Green Growth Institute.