Check your Climate Change Knowledge!

  MCCA launched a Climate Change Awareness in Myanmar survey through Facebook to understand the level of climate change knowledge of internet-savvy Myanmar people. To participate in the survey, click on this link: https://survey.fbapp.io/2047472/QiqGnzi3 Answers to the questions will soon be published on Facebook and the MCCA website. Results will be analyzed and published in … Read more…

Policy Briefs on Six Sectoral Action Plans now available

  Policy briefs covering the six sectoral Actions Plans of the Myanmar Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan 2016-2030 (to be adopted soon) are now available in English on the MCCA website. They can be downloaded here: http://myanmarccalliance.org/en/mcca-partners/documents/ They cover the six following sectors: 1) Food Security; 2) Healthy Eco-System, 3) Sustainable and Resilient Transport, Industry and Energy; … Read more…

From Plan to Action: Implementing climate change action in Myanmar: A milestone!

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On 26 and 27 October 2017 the MCCA with Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation (MoNREC) conducted a very important workshop to mainstream climate change into sectoral action. It can be considered a milestone

The Myanmar Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan 2016-2030 (to be adopted soon) includes six sectoral outcomes – or pillars – to be achieved through six Sectoral Action Plans on: 1) Food Security; 2) Healthy Eco-System, 3) Sustainable and Resilient Transport, Industry and Energy; 4) Resilient Cities; 5) Health and DRR; 6) Education and Science.

All Ministries and City Development Councils have met in Nay Pyi Taw on 26 and 27 October to prioritize actions in these sectoral action plans for implementation under the Myanmar Union Budget 2018-2019. UN-Habitat and UN Environment have used a mix methodology to facilitate the prioritization. The ‘Delphi’ methodology and a discussion, thus ensuring a bottom-up and top-down good balance.

Each sector selected 2 priority actions and 4 potential additional actions to begin immediately.

As the Director General of the Environmental Conservation Department said, “now is the time to pass from Plan to Action!”

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Call for proposal (EXTENDED 26 October 2017): Building Capacities of Cities and Towns to Integrate Climate Change in Planning

MCCA is proud to share a call for proposals for Developing and Implementing Learning Materials and Activities to Reinforce Capacities of Professionals in Addressing Climate Change and Build Resilience in Cities and Towns in Myanmar The purpose of this call is to identify a suitable implementing partner with experience and ability to develop and conduct … Read more…

Assessing Climate Change Risks in Chin State Towns

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MCCA, with ECD and the International Center for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) undertook a scoping mission to three towns of the Northern Chin State (Falam, Hakha and Thantalang) with the objective of selecting one where to conduct one climate change vulnerability assessment. The town will be now selected and the assessment start immediately. But it … Read more…

New tool-box to learn about climate change adaptation in Myanmar!

MCCA Trainees at Hintada National Disaster Management Center learn about climate change

MCCA just finalized its new toolbox to learn climate change and disaster risk reduction issues in Myanmar! The toolbox includes: Training modules for a 5 days course [1. Understanding climate change; 2. Climate change impact in Myanmar; 3. Assessing climate change in Townships; 4) Planning for township resilience] A trainer manual, so that the training … Read more…

World Environmental Day, 2017

Nay Pyi Taw,5 June 2017, World Environmental Day “Climate change a threat to development” H.E. the President of Myanmar says. This is why Myanmar is “about to adopt the Myanmar National Climate Change Policy” and the related “Myanmar Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan” at the World Environment Day in Nay Pyi Taw today. MCCA … Read more…

Almost there, with Policies and Strategies to Address Climate Change in Myanmar

26 April 2017 – The Myanmar National Climate Change Policy was validated on 26 April 2017 in Nay Pyi Taw at the historic workshop high level national and state/region level authorities of Myanmar, in session with City Development Councils, the University, the Civil Society, the Private Sector and the Development partners. The workshop was organized … Read more…

Inviting your comments on the first draft of Myanmar National Climate Change Policy

We are pleased to share here the first full draft of the Myanmar National Climate Change Policy for your comments after four months of consultations. The Myanmar National Climate Change Policy is needed to provide high level guidance on how to integrate climate change in Myanmar’s national and development planning. It contains guiding principles, policy recommendations, … Read more…