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Cultivating Responsibility within the Climate Uncertainty

Cultivating Responsibility

Cultivating Responsibility within the Climate Uncertainty - is a study on the impact of cyclone on the small scale shrimp farming in the Climate Change vulnerable south west Coastal Region of Bangladesh. This report “Cultivating Responsibility within the Climate Uncertainty” is the compilation of the key learning’s, baseline survey & monitoring data generated through the Safeguarding Coastal Ecosystem from Irresponsible Commercial Shrimp farming (SECO) project with assistance.


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Working Together for Responsible & Eco-Friendly Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh

Working Together for Responsible

The global trend of shrimp business envisages that without informing consumers about sustainable farming practices, it will be gradually difficult to sell the shrimp products. Considering the social, environmental and local issues integrated commercial shrimp farming, the present study would like to rename CSR as CLOSER (Corporate Local, Social & Environmental Responsibility) for protecting ecosystem & community at local production level as well as to promote Environment-Friendly ExportOriented Shrimp Cultivation. Shrimp farm associations with support from government and NGOs can provide technical assistance.

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Rapid & Participatory Policy Analysis (RAPA)

Rapid & Participatory Policy Analysis (RAPA)

Human society progresses through its policies and decisions. Shaping public policy is a complex and multifaceted process that involves the interplay of numerous individuals and interest groups. People have significant knowledge and experience that can add meaningful contribution to the public policy process. The objective of the Rapid & Participatory Policy Analysis (RAPA) Toolkit is not generating intellectual debate, rather to assist activists or interested people to quickly understand about the formation & impact of public policy decisions and identify stages of policy development structure, mechanisms & processes. Policy is a living document, so you can start analysis anytime to transform a good policy into better policy. It is better to make a bad start than to make no start.

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Climate Governance For Low Carbon Development

Climate Governance For Low Carbon Development

Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in its twenty-first session adopted the Paris Climate Agreement. The decisions (Decision 1/CP.21) have recognized climate change as an urgent and potentially irreversible threat to human societies and the planet and thus requires the widest possible cooperation by all countries. This recognition expects effective and appropriate global climate governance by the participation of all countries to accelerate the reduction of global greenhouse gas emissions to hold the rising global average temperature to well below 2 °C above pre-industrial levels. The term “Low-emissions Development Strategies” was first introduced in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations in 2008. In 2009, the Copenhagen Accord have recognized that “low-emission development strategies are indispensable to sustainable development”. In 2010, the Cancun Agreements also proposed that low-carbon development strategies (LCDS) is requisite to sustainable development and LCDS should be mandatory for developed countries and encouraged for developing countries. The Cancun Agreements encouraged “developing countries to develop low carbon development strategies or plans in the context of sustainable development” as part of their national mitigation action. The Paris Agreement brings all nations into a shared vision to undertake progressively ambitious efforts to transform the world towards a sustainable low carbon future. The Paris Agreement requires all Parties to put forward their best efforts through “nationally determined contributions” (NDCs).



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