Learnings from ALIMA’s way forward
03 February 2022
How do we decarbonise humanitarian operations and reduce their environmental footprint? How do we integrate the climate and environmental crisis within a broader organisational approach? What motivated a young humanitarian organisation like ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) to embark on this holistic ecological transition?
Watch to find out how ALIMA is taking a step towards its ambition to transform humanitarian medicine by taking stock of the climate emergency and translating it into its operations in West and Central Africa. After a 9-month process of collective intelligence in partnership with the Climate Action Accelerator, ALIMA has been able to co-construct its first decarbonisation and environmental roadmap, now beginning its implementation phase. The webinar is a genuine reflection from both Henri Leblanc (ALIMA) and Bruno Jochum (Climate Action Accelerator) on the essential guiding principles, the lessons learned so far, and the way forward.Download the presentation
How to halve an aid organisation’s carbon footprint by 2030: Learnings from ALIMA’s way forward (quote)
If you try to compare the map of the most vulnerable countries, in terms of being affected by climate change, and the map of the countries of interventions of ALIMA, well, you have a match.
Key learnings for the humanitarian sector
06 May 2022
How do we decarbonise humanitarian operations and reduce their environmental footprint? How do we integrate the climate and environmental crisis within a broader organisational approach?
This session is our opportunity to explore these questions and share with you the way the Climate Action Accelerator and ALIMA are tackling them, as the organisation begins the implementation phase of its recent 2020-2030 roadmap. In addition to presenting the key takeaways from ALIMA’s carbon footprint report and the ensuing roadmap, we look forward to a dedicated moment at the end for feedback and dialogue with participants.
The Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW) is an annual humanitarian conference, one of the largest events of its kind, that provides a collaborative space for practitioners and experts from a large variety of humanitarian stakeholders including UN agencies, NGOs, the Red Cross and Red Crescent movement, academia, the military, private sector initiatives, and Member States.
The HNPW 2022 was held in a hybrid format from 02 to 20 May 2022 (02-06 May remote, 09-13 May face-to-face at the CICG in Geneva, 16-20 May remote).Download the presentation
How to halve an aid organisation’s carbon footprint by 2030: Key learnings for the humanitarian sector (quote)
The central challenge is about how to reduce radically the footprint of humanitarian organisations while not affecting its core goal of assistance of vulnerable populations.
Halving emissions from business travel and procurement
19 May 2022
Business travel and the procurement of goods and services typically represent a large share of the carbon footprint of an aid organisation. The good news is that solutions to tackle these emissions already exist.
How can these solutions be applied by the aid sector?
Can solutions from other sectors be replicated?
Are there specific challenges the aid sector faces in the implementation phase?
This webinar was organised with the support from the AFD – Agence française de développement.Download the presentation
Beyond webinars, the Climate Action Accelerator organises public (online and/or in-person) events to bring together leaders in the aid, health, higher education sectors and beyond, practitioners, donors as well as global key actors in decarbonisation to amplify current efforts and grow our collective actions. Visit our events page to find out more, and register for any upcoming events.
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