CARE Climate & Resilience Academy

The CARE Climate & Resilience Academy is an online e-learning platform run by CARE experts. Its main objective is to increase development practitioners’ capacities to integrate resilience and tackle the causes and consequences of climate change in their programming, thereby increasing program quality and sustainability and increasing the resilience of the most vulnerable people. It is an initiative started by CARE’s global team leading on Climate Justice – CARE’s Climate Change and Resilience Platform (CCRP).


CARE's Climate Change & Resilience Platform

CARE's Climate Change & Resilience Platform (CCRP) leads and coordinates the integration of climate change and resilience across CARE’s development and humanitarian work. It aims to support and strengthen the ability of CARE to increase resilience and to tackle the causes and consequences of climate change. The CCRP does this by building the capacities and by growing CARE’s impact, influence and income to better serve the needs of the vulnerable – particularly women and girls – as shocks and stresses, including climate change, are increasingly overwhelming and impeding progress towards CARE’s key objectives by harming poor and marginalized people. The CCRP is an endeavour of CARE International, endorsed and supported by key national directors, and is coordinated by CARE Netherlands.

 

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The Luxembourg Green Exchange

The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) is the leading exchange for the listing of international debt securities and offers a unique and integrated service offering covering listing, trading and information services. In 2016, LuxSE established the Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX) to accelerate the sustainable finance agenda and help reorient capital flows towards sustainable investment.

LGX is the world’s leading platform for sustainable securities and counts more than 1,000 green, social and sustainability bonds. In 2020, LuxSE established the LGX Academy to strengthen sustainable finance education and increase financial professionals and students’ knowledge of sustainable products, standards and labels, applicable regulation and best market practice. LuxSE has also created a centralised data hub of structured sustainability data on more than 3,200 sustainable securities. The LGX DataHub allows investors to understand and compare the environmental or social impact of different financial products, build sustainable investment strategies and report on these investments.  

 

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