Climatelinks Blog Idea Submission
Would you like to submit a blog idea to Climatelinks? Send us a brief summary (1 paragraph) of your suggested blog topic. We will review and respond to your submission.

General Climatelinks blogs guidelines:

- Blogs are 400-600 words
- Blogs include at least two photos
- Blog topics relate to climate change and development

For more information on appropriate writing style for blog submissions, you may refer to the Climatelinks style guide (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wR-zNY_nAlUnsaNgxyYC9OtTLbX-m3dXvAsMV7s2lQE/edit?usp=sharing)

The content and style of Climatelinks blogs are quite flexible. Blogs can be written in first or third person. Common blog types on Climatelinks are about:

- A new resource (e.g., an assessment of private sector approaches in DRC: https://www.climatelinks.org/blog/hunt-private-sector-approaches-reduce-deforestation-democratic-republic-congo)

- Sharing a practitioner's passion or perspective - can be about the person or by the person (e.g., https://www.climatelinks.org/blog/value-chain-upgrading-and-women-s-empowerment-can-sometimes-be-mixed-bag)

- A read-out from an event (e.g., this one from a monthly Community Adaptation Meeting: https://www.climatelinks.org/blog/broadening-climate-adaptation-toolkit-lessons-social-and-behavior-change OR this one from a regional workshop: https://www.climatelinks.org/blog/moving-needle-sustainable-climate-information-services-sub-saharan-africa-learning-regional)

- A synthesis of accomplishments, results and what they may tell us about future directions (e.g., this one on USAID's climate risk management programs: https://www.climatelinks.org/blog/stocktaking-climate-risk-management-usaid)

- Highlighting the co-benefits of considering climate change or altering traditional ways of doing things that result in climate & other benefits (e.g., https://www.climatelinks.org/blog/protecting-and-using-forests-same-time)

Check out all of our blogs for more examples of our content: https://www.climatelinks.org/blog

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