Mobilising More for Climate Competition for Conservation Change-Makers

IUCN Netherlands
Publicado: 12 Diciembre 2019
Última edición: 12 Diciembre 2019
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The Mobilising More 4 Climate (MoMo4C) competition provides a platform, funding and expert advice to local entrepreneurs whose business cases offer climate adaptation and mitigation solutions. In 2019, The Netherlands Committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN NL) initiated and organised the competition in Tanzania, in partnership with the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania Centre (SAGCOT) and the Netherlands Embassy in Tanzania. Together, they brought groundbreaking local climate business cases to boost sustainable entrepreneurship and climate adaptation in Tanzania. New partnerships in Uganda and Ghana are in the works for 2020.


The winner of the Tanzania edition, Birk Agri, combines beekeeping and pollination to enhance the productivity of avocado trees and beans. Birk Agri’s winning package included a €25,000 reward, as well as technical expertise and access to the network of the SAGCOT Centre, to expand their business model sustainably.


África Oriente y África del Sur
Escala de aplicación
Area-wide development
Ecosistema urbano
Adaptación al cambio climático
Ciencia y investigación
Financiación sostenible
Institucionalización de la biodiversidad
Medios de vida sostenibles
Mitigación del cambio climático
Servicios ecosistémicos
Calor extremo
Incremento de temperatura
Degradación de tierras y bosques
Pérdida de la biodiversidad
Pérdida de ecosistemas
Objectivos de Desarrollo Sostenible
ODS 6 - Agua limpia y saneamiento
ODS 7 - Energía asequible y no contaminante
ODS 9 - Industria, innovacióne e infraestructura
ODS 11 - Ciudades y comunidades sostenibles
ODS 13 - Acción por el clima
ODS 15 - Vida de ecosistemas terrestres
ODS 17 - Alianzas para lograr los objetivos
Metas de Aichi
Meta 4: Producción y consumo sostenibles
Meta 5: Pérdida de hábitat reducida a la mitad o reducida
Meta 7: Agricultura, acuicultura y silvicultura
Meta 10: Ecosistemas vulnerables al cambio
Meta 14: Los servicios ecosistemicos
Meta 15: Restauración de ecosistemas y resiliencia
Meta 17: Estrategias y planes de acción para la biodiversidad
Meta 19: Intercambio de información y conocimiento
Meta 20: Movilización de recursos de todas las fuentes


Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam Region, Tanzania

Impactos positivos

Tackling climate change requires the concerted effort of multiple stakeholders; the MoMo4C competition provides the space to do just that. It helps to highlight and connect businesses who have valuable solutions for addressing climate change and other environmental problems, with resources to grow, and a local initiative, SAGCOT, whose mission is to promote sustainable agriculture entrepreneurship. Overall, the goal is to build a sustainable ecosystem of solution-providers to develop a more sustainable world. 


For example, winning company Birk Agri’s solution has three benefits: beekeeping is critical to preserving the bee population and maintaining biodiversity, increased and sustainable food productivity addresses food security and stable livelihood, and finally, soil-less avocado farmers use less polybags and water.

Contribuido por

Fanny Verkuijlen