CANSA and INFORSE will be involved in Advocacy and Campaigning at district, state, national, and regional levels for the promotion of village-based low carbon, pro-poor climate solutions as part of national climate policies proposed for UNFCCC. As an essential basis for this, they will use the evidence collected and compiled from the implementation of low-carbon, green technologies both within the selected eco-villages and beyond throughout the South Asian region. Appropriate capacity building materials will be developed for providing advocacy
The brick industry in Sri Lanka mainly uses firewood, which contribute to tree felling and deforestation. The traditional brick production processes encompassed low productivity and high biomass consumption which led to economic insecurity among brick makers and serious impacts to the environment. This marks the inception of the case study whcih describes the use of biomass residues to manufacturebricks in Sri Lanka. The technology discusses in the case study about mixing paddy husk and sawdust to clay in brick making resilting in lower consumption of firewood
November 21, 2016
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Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA), has been on the driving seat to pursue "climate change and development" issues both internally within the region and outside the region. It has been a great challenge as well as opportunity for CANSA to continue with a credible platform so that South Asian civil societies could come together and speak out on climate change issues.