Themes

Climate change policy

Malawi's climate is already changing - land surface temperatures are up by at least 1 degree Celsius in the last century and more changes lie ahead. Rainfall patterns are shifting, too, and extreme weather events will be more frequent. Malawi will have to adapt. The BRACC programme is looking to support Malawi's implementation of domestic climate policies, and also to showcase Malawian good practice on the international stage, for example, at the COP26 climate conference in November 2021. 

Why Earth Day 2021 is special

Blog
This Earth Day marks an especially important moment for international climate diplomacy and commitment - as well as being a key moment for action in Malawi, too.

Milestones for Malawi on the road to COP26

Blog
The Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) has been postponed until November 2021 in Glasgow, Scotland. Find out about the key international milestones on the road to COP26, to keep climate ambition moving!

Youth express priorities on climate change

News
On 4 February 2021 over 80 young Malawians, aged between 18 and 35 and committed to climate change issues, joined “The Road to COP26-National Youth Consultative Forum on Climate Change”.

Why invest in resilience?

Policy brief
This policy brief from the BRACC Knowledge and Policy Hub and the Civil Society Network on Climate Change (CISONECC) argues that investing in resilience creates a triple dividend: avoided losses, development and co-benefits. 

Malawi's road to COP26

Workshop report
Representatives from the Government of Malawi and climate and development projects met on 30 November 2020 to elaborate Malawi’s ambition on resilience and climate change adaptation, with a view to activities at UNFCCC COP26.

BRACC Knowledge and Policy Hub

Project
The hub provides knowledge, policy and implementation support to the BRACC implementing partners, acting to ensure that the impact of the programme is greater than the sum of its parts.