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The Climate and Development Knowledge Network shares tips for communicating climate change effectively. The guide is intended for communications practitioners and other champions of climate action working in developing countries.

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OLAM partner, World Jewish Relief, shares how they are thinking about and responding to the climate crisis in their activities, and why they see climate as an important Jewish, as well as global, issue.



The International Institute for Environment and Development presents eight principles for locally led adaptation, and guides adaptation stakeholders through the challenging route of increasing the business-unusual financing, programming, and policy support needed to build resilient and regenerative societies, economies and ecosystems.


Guidelines for transitioning from conventional agriculture to regenerative agriculture, which increases soil carbon, biodiversity and climate resilience, improves water quality, regenerates the land, and provides good livelihoods for farmers.



The World Bank shares the best available data, models, and tools to provide immediate and actionable recommendations to integrate climate and development goals.



A blog on the Climate Reality Project website about how regenerative agriculture practices help us fight the climate crisis by pulling carbon from the atmosphere and sequestering it in the ground.



This tool allows humanitarian organizations to assess the direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions associated with their activities. This makes it possible to set reduction targets and to build emission reduction plans.



A presentation on practical ways for humanitarian organizations to use the Human Carbon Calculator to calculate their carbon footprint and take steps to reduce it. 



The mission of ACT Climate Labs is to supercharge the effectiveness of climate communications with advertising techniques in order to make climate action mainstream.


A set of guidelines and commitments for local, national, and international humanitarian organizations around taking action in partnership to address the climate crisis.


*Please note that due to the volume of resources, OLAM has not vetted all the resources on this list.