Announcing the Climatelinks 2021 Photo Contest

The Climatelinks 2021 Photo Contest theme is Climate Change and People: The Challenges and Opportunities. We’re looking for submissions that capture the human dimension of climate change, particularly social and economic responses to global change. Examples of relevant photos include depictions of the links between climate change and:… Read More

Introducing the Newest Member of the Links Family: BiodiversityLinks

BiodiversityLinks, USAID’s newly refreshed and relaunched knowledge portal for biodiversity conservation, features key USAID tools and resources, as well as new evidence and learning. Many long-time users likely remember BiodiversityLinks’ predecessors, the Natural Resources Management and Development (RM) Portal and… Read More

Announcing the new Climatelinks design and features!

Climatelinks has a new design and updated content – just in time for the United States to rejoin the Paris Climate Accord. The site has been revamped to better meet the needs of the USAID, its climate and development partners, and the climate community around the world.  Originally launched in… Read More

Save the Date for Launch of Clean Air Catalyst – March 18

To mark the official launch of the Clean Air Catalyst, we are pleased to invite you to a conversation with representatives from the US Agency for International Development, World Resources Institute, Environmental Defense Fund and local and international partners on Accelerating Clean Air Solutions to Deliver Better Health,… Read More

USAID and CEBSE Sign Agreement to Address Plastic Pollution in Samaná

The United States Government through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) signed an agreement with the Center for the Conservation and Eco-Development of the Bay of Samaná and its Environment (CEBSE ) and its partners, the Samaná Environmental Forum and Dominican Ecoservices to identify and analyze a series of practical methods to reduce the amount of plastics and the impact of waste through changes in community and domestic management of these. Read More