Join the SIDS DOCK Island Women Open Network

It’s about SURVIVAL. “SIDS need a threshold of less than 1.5 To Stay Alive! Members of SIDS DOCK are likely to be the largest economic losers with large displaced populations if average global temperatures go beyond 1.5 degrees Celsius, corresponding to 350 ppm, which is considered the threshold for the continued survival of ecosystems essential to livelihoods in Small Island Developing States and low-lying coastal States.”

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Alliance of Small Island States Climate Change Fellowship Program

Individuals interested in applying should contact their respective UN mission.  The deadline for applications is October 10, 2017.

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Latest News


Wednesday, October 11, 2017 (All day) to Friday, October 13, 2017 (All day)
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency in West Africa: From Plans to Actions. 
The ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE) is organizing the 1st edition of the ECOWAS

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DFC moves towards Climate Resilency

18th August, 2017 – The Credit Delivery and Administration Department took part in a Caribbean Climate Online Risk and Adaptation Tool (CCORAL) training at the George Price Centre for Peace and Development.
CCORAL is a system developed by the Caribbean Community Climate Change

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AOSIS Climate Change Fellowship Program

AOSIS Climate Change Fellowship Program In 2014 AOSIS established the Climate Change Fellowship Program. The program brings early career professionals from AOSIS member countries to New York for one year to participate as part of each Fellow’s national delegation to the UNFCCC and UNHQ. Each year, candidates

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What is SIDS Dock?

It is an initiative among member countries of the Alliance of Small Island States (AOSIS) to provide the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) with a collective institutional mechanism to assist them transform their national energy sectors into a catalyst for sustainable economic development and help generate financial resources to address adaptation to climate change.”