Los cambios climáticos mundiales plantean nuevos desafíos a los actores del desarrollo. ©CCO

Los efectos producidos por el cambio climático no conocen fronteras geográficas. Afectan a toda la población mundial y son particularmente perceptibles allí donde los medios de subsistencia de la población dependen directamente de la naturaleza. Las consecuencias son pobreza, hambre y  catástrofes naturales.

Los cambios climáticos mundiales plantean nuevos desafíos a los actores del desarrollo debido a que afectan mucho más a los países y grupos de población pobres que a los ricos. El cambio climático tiene un impacto negativo en el desarrollo y pone en peligro los logros ya alcanzados. Es la razón por la que la protección del clima y la gestión del cambio climático adquieren cada día mayor importancia en la cooperación al desarrollo. El Programa global Cambio climático de la COSUDE tiene especialmente en cuenta esta tendencia.

Explotación forestal sostenible

Las medidas en materia de explotación agrícola y forestal tienen el potencial de compensar significativamente la emisión de gases de efecto invernadero producida actualmente en el mundo.

Vulnerabilidad y adaptación

Con el Programa global Cambio climático, la COSUDE presta especial apoyo a los grupos de población más vulnerables en distintos continentes en el ámbito de la adaptación al cambio climático.

Financiación de la lucha contra el cambio climático

Suiza integra la lucha contra el cambio climático en su política de desarrollo, aportando conocimientos especializados, soluciones técnicas y medios financieros.

Aprovisionamiento energético

Disponer de servicios energéticos modernos y utilizar eficientemente la energía son requisitos previos para optimizar los procesos de producción y lograr mejores condiciones de vida para la población.

Regiones de montaña – Desarrollo sostenible y adaptación al cambio climático

Las montañas son el hábitat de un quinto de la población mundial y la fuente de agua dulce para la mitad de todos los habitantes del planeta. Por tal motivo, Suiza promueve un desarrollo sostenible de las regiones de montaña.

Documentos

Proyectos actuales

Objeto 1 – 12 de 103

Promoting efficient, affordable and clean cooling for everyone (PEACCE)

01.08.2024 - 31.07.2028

The Promoting Efficient, Affordable and Clean Cooling for Everyone (PEACCE) project contributes to mobilising global support and political will for scaling up sustainable cooling solutions in sub-Saharan Africa by supporting the Sustainable Cooling programme of the Sustainable Energy for All organisation. With its support, Switzerland aims to leverage its experience in passive cooling and nature-based cooling solutions both within sub-Saharan Africa and globally.


Responsible Business Fund Plus (RBF+)

01.07.2024 - 30.06.2028

Myanmar’s post-coup conflict escalation and economic turmoil has led to financial and economic instability and destabilised the agrifood industry. Also, extreme weather and climate change further impact farmers and agricultural processors. The Responsible Business Fund Plus project aims to support agrifood businesses while reducing their environmental impact and thus deepening Switzerland's commitment to private sector engagement and an inclusive green economy.


Climate Services for a Resilient Albania (ALBAdapt)

01.06.2024 - 31.12.2030

The project will increase Albania’s adaptive capacity and climate resilience through the effective generation and use of climate information and services. It will develop an innovative Multi Hazard Impact Based Early Warning System in line with international standards. The MeteoSwiss expertise will be of added value in leveraging the Green Climate Fund engagement and complementing the SECO contribution to this large strategic project.


Building Damage Assessment in Albania

01.04.2024 - 31.12.2027

The devastating earthquake in 2019 revealed that Albania has a weak policy and institutional framework and low public awareness on building damage assessment. The Swiss project will support Albania in strengthening its disaster risk management institutions at national and municipal level to provide sustainable and effective building damage assessment services, leading to safer living conditions and a more disaster resilient business environment.


8th Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction, Geneva, June 2025

01.03.2024 - 31.12.2025

The Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction is the most important international conference to discuss progress in the implementation of the Sendai Framework for DRR. The eighth session of the Global Platform will be hosted by Switzerland in Geneva in June 2025. It will review advances in the realisation of the calls to action made in 2023 by the United Nations General Assembly on the midterm review of the Sendai Framework and will be key for the identification and support of measures to accelerate DRR implementation and improve coherence with the Agenda 2030 and the Paris Agreement.


Addressing Climate and El Niño-related Risks in Southeast Asia

01.02.2024 - 31.07.2025

Through an innovative partnership with the Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre (ADPC) and Geoneon, the SDC will support the creation of high-quality geospatial data products to support riskinformed and climate-smart decision-making in development cooperation and DRM in priority subnational areas in Lao PDR and Indonesia, contributing to and complementing efforts under the SERVIR Southeast Asia project implemented by ADPC and supported by USAID and NASA.


Climate & Socially Resilient Livelihoods’ Support (CSRLS)

01.02.2024 - 30.04.2028

The climatic challenges exacerbate Afghanistan's already fragile socio-economic condition. The project by the Afghan NGO, The Liaison Office, aims to sustainably improve lives and livelihoods of the poorest households in selected provinces by strengthening the natural resource base, climate change resilient and diversified livelihoods, relationships within and between communities, as well as joint climate action.


Green Climate Fund Core Contribution 2024-2027

01.01.2024 - 31.12.2027

Designed as an operating entity of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)’s financial mechanism, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) is the largest multilateral climate fund financing exclusively climate mitigation and adaptation projects in developing countries. Switzerland advocates in the GCF governing board for high impact climate projects with maximum development cobenefits, social inclusion and conflict-sensitivity.  


EmPower II: Women for Climate Resilient Societies

01.12.2023 - 31.12.2025

With EmPower II, SDC contributes to a SIDA-funded project of UN-Women and UNEP promoting  climate-resilient development for women and other marginalized groups. SDC’s support enables disaggregated data products for gender-responsive DRR and climate strategies and enhances capacities on the subnational level among policy-makers and CSOs. SDC’s support also facilitates financial access and literacy on renewable energy in Cambodia, Bangladesh and Indonesia.


GLO: Adaptation to CC in mountains

01.12.2023 - 31.01.2028

Mountain societies and ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to climate change and targeted adaptation measures are needed to increase their resilience. Building on SDC’s extensive expertise and experience as a leading player in the field, the programme will inform decision makers and practitioners about climate change impacts and adaptation solutions in mountains and support concerted cross-border collaboration in major mountain regions worldwide to advance adaptation policy, planning and implementation. 


Contr. UNECE Water Protection Single Ph.

01.12.2023 - 31.12.2026

The project will strengthen Uzbekistan in water and sanitation with a focus on protection of water resources. This contribution is designed in the frame of the UNECE led and implemented Assistance and Cooperation Program and shall support Uzbekistan’s accession to and implementation of the Protocol on Water and Health and the Industrial Accidents Convention as part of protecting human health, well-being and the environment through improving water management, the protection of water eco-systems, and reducing water-related diseases.


IND: BeCool single phase

01.12.2023 - 30.11.2028

BeCool aims to improve access to cooling through passive measures in buildings in urban India to reduce the impact of heatwaves on human health and productivity, while decreasing energy requirements, costs and greenhouse gas emissions linked to active cooling. The mitigation and adaptation aspects will be addressed through heat mapping, availability of financing mechanisms and capacity building to strengthen implementation in collaboration with the government and private sector.

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