Mercy Corps sees climate change as one of the greatest threats to development. Yet with these challenges come opportunities. Mercy Corps is helping vulnerable communities cope with the rising incidence of climate-related disasters such flooding and drought, leveraging the global focus on climate change adaptation. We must pro-actively consider climate change problems in the long-term and find sustainable solutions that will help vulnerable populations adapt to unavoidable impact while advocating for global changes needed to slow climate change’s pace.
Download our Climate Change Approach below to read more about our strategy.
Mercy Corps believes that partnership is critical to achieving deep impact, sustainability, and amplifying reach. We collaborate with a diverse range of partner agencies and institutions at all levels of the public, private and civil society sectors to address the global challenges that drive our work. See the list at right for a few of our current international partners.
AttachmentsSector Approach: Climate Change
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Timor-Leste: Timor Leste energy poverty study December 12, 2009
This report documents energy poverty and its implications through study with two foci.
Indonesia: Climate vulnerability analysis - Semarang December 12, 2009
This document is an analysis of climate and environmental risks in Semarang, the capital city of Central Java Province, Indonesia.
Indonesia: Climate vulnerability analysis - Blitar December 12, 2009
This document is an analysis of climate and environmental risks in Blitar, the capital city of Blitar Province, East Java, Indonesia.
Climate Change, Environment and NRM Sector Approach September 15, 2009
Climate Change, Environment and NRM Sector Goal
Climate Change, Environment and NRM Sector Overview September 15, 2009
This document is a shorter and more simplified version of the Sector Approach. It gives an overview to the sector and why it is important to international relief and development work.
Climate Change, Environment and NRM Sector Update Fiscal Year 2009 September 15, 2009
This document offers a snapshot of the sector’s programming strategy, progress and future outlook current for the Fiscal Year 2009 (July 2008 to June 2009).