The ClimaSouth project supports climate change mitigation and adaptation in 9 South Mediterranean countries: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia. The project was initiated in February 2013 and will be implemented over 48 months with a total budget of 5 million Euros provided by the European Union ( ENP ). Key stakeholders include technical government departments at operational and policy level, UNFCCC focal points, decision makers, and other stakeholders such as local government and civil society representatives. Its overall objective is to assist with the transition of partner countries towards low carbon economies and enhanced climate resilience. View the ClimaSouth flyer
About the Climasouth Project
No Country Alone
The ClimaSouth project has produced a documentary on climate change in the Mediterranean region. In the aftermath of the historical Paris agreement, the documentary examines the reality of climate change through the experiences of ordinary people, and the insights of leading scientists and decision makers currently shaping the region’s agenda for climate action. [read more]
Film4Climate video competition
A special MENA-Award will be granted for the best entry from the Middle East and North Africa region to the Film4Climate Global Video Competition. Winners will be announced at the United Nations COP22 Climate Summit in Marrakech in November.
The competition is open to young filmmakers between 14 and 35 years old, who submit a short film about climate action.
Videos may be uploaded until 15 September either through the Connect4Climate website or through film4climate.net.