Chemonics News and Blog
Best of the Blog 2022
January 3, 2023
From innovation and inclusion to supply chain management, 2022’s top posts reflected the year’s hot topics.
Enabling Net Zero Markets: Greening Public Financial Management
Climate Change Economic Growth and Trade Enabling Environment for Agriculture Environment and Natural Resources Trade and Regulatory Reform December 20, 2022
A nation’s ability to mobilize resources to combat and cope with climate change is primarily constrained by its resources and financial capacity, which vary dramatically across developing contexts.
News: Chemonics Returns to Global Innovation Lab to Empower 1,000 Young Change-Makers to Save the Planet
Economic Growth and Trade Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development December 15, 2022
Global development firm enables next-gen talents to develop and scale more than 200 sustainable, social, and environmental solutions that focus on achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
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3 Questions with Chris Perine on Climate Solutions for a Changing Planet
August 27, 2021
What priorities should the global development community focus on to combat the climate crisis? Chris Perine shares three ideas in this video series.
Combating Climate Change with Data-Driven Development
July 9, 2021
This article, originally published in Foreign Policy, explores how leading edge data tools will shape the future of climate change-resistant development projects.
Climate-Smart Agriculture Means Changing Policies, Not Just Changing Techniques
June 6, 2017
With approximately 1 billion more people to feed by 2030, farmers and governments are turning to climate-smart approaches in the face of uncertainty.
Building a Stronger Business Case for Resiliency Planning in Asia
May 1, 2017
Many businesses want to build greener supply chains, but may lack the financing and knowledge to turn that goal into reality. Can development implementers fill the gap?
3 Questions with Mario Kerby: A Voyage Through the Watershed
January 26, 2017
Mario Kerby shares lessons learned from a large project in Haiti, including how to use Google Earth to get buy-in from farmers and what cook stoves have to do with agroforestry.
3 Questions with Robert Anyang: Feeding the Next Generation in Uganda
December 22, 2016
Robert Anyang discusses Uganda’s aging farming population, leveraging private sector investments, and the importance of local ownership.