"To Be 'Hawi' Is To Be Active - Like Fire." WATCH How One Community in Ethiopia is Being "Hawi" Against Climate Change.

"To Be 'Hawi' Is To Be Active - Like Fire." WATCH How One Community in Ethiopia is Being "Hawi" Against Climate Change.

By Josh Cramer-Montes

This video features Equator Prize 2012 winners from the Abrha Weatshba community in Ethiopia. Itwas produced by the Sustainability Institute with the generous support of the Open Society Foundation. To learn more, please visit www.foodrev.net/research-stories 

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Detailed Case Studies on Equator Prize Winners

Detailed Case Studies on Equator Prize Winners

By Kimberly

Access our case study database, a growing repository of case material on local best practices in sustainable development.  The database is searchable by theme, field of work, activity, country and region.

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Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony

Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony

On Monday, 22 September the Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony was held at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York as a contribution to the UN Secretary-General's Climate Summit and the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples. The evening was built around the Equator Prize 2014 winners, twenty-six (26) leading indigenous and local communities from across the planet that are managing natural capital and ecosystems in a way that meets the challenges of climate change head-on.

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International Training and Dialogue Workshops in Panajachel, Guatemala
On 8-13 June, Equator Prize winners attended international training and dialogue workshops in Panajachel, Guatemala. Read More >>
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Empowering Community-Based Climate Solutions
New York, 18 June, 2015 — The UNDP Equator Initiative hosted a Brown Bag Lunch to discuss how community-based climate solutions are achieved and what they can teac...
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Equator Prize 2014 National Ceremonies
  Following the success of the Equator Prize 2014 Award Ceremony, in support of the UN Secretary General’s Climate Summit and the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, Equator Prize winner...
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Farmer-to-Farmer Program (PCaC), Siuna

Programa de Campesino a Campesino has operated throughout Nicaragua since the post-war period of the early 1990s, as part of the worldwide Via Campesi...
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