Building Back Greener: Environmental Accountability in the Post-Pandemic Context

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Date published
15 May 2023
Accountability and Participation, Accountability to affected populations (AAP), Environment & climate
Use in Humanitarian Programme Cycle

This issue of the titled “Building Back Greener: Environmental Accountability in the Post-Pandemic Context,” present environmental accountability is not about the environment alone, as the environment is seen, today, but for the environment in its broadest sense, removing human-environment separation - counting, man, and women as part of and the product of the natural environment with a focus on air, water, land, vegetation, light, and more.

Contents include:

  1. Towards Greening Accountability;
  2. Environmental Accountability in the Civil Society Sector: Key Trends, Opportunities and Challenges;
  3. Climate Finance: How Can Integrity Make a Difference?;
  4. Tears from My Village;
  5. A Coalition of CSOs for Safe Cities: The Case of Kabwe;
  6. Getting from “No” to “Yes” for Climate Justice;
  7. Working Towards a Consensus on How the Green Energy Transition Can Achieve Both Climate Neutrality and Biodiversity Objectives;
  8. Holistic Agriculture in the Context of Climate Change: The Case of Demirsha Farm in Albania;
  9. Environmental Accountability as a Human Right Safeguarding Mechanism;
  10. Disclosures, Investment, and Humanitarian Action;
  11. Environment and Humanitarian Action in Afghanistan;
  12. Environmental Accountability and Rohingya Camps: A View;
  13. Environmental Accountability Actions in Thammasat University, Thailand;
  14. Environmental Accountability in Post-Pandemic Recovery, Disaster Risk Reduction, and Climate Change in Japan;
  15. Accountability, the Environment and the Climate Emergency – a Conversation with Vani Catanasiga and Irfan Ullah;
  16. Building Back Greener: Environmental Accountability in the Post-Pandemic Context;
  17. Green Accountability: A View from Affected Women;
  18. Uses of Satellite Imagery in DRR and Building Back Greener: The ADRC Experience.