Enhancing Ecosystem-based Adaptation in National Adaptation Plans
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Colleagues from the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) will join to present the key findings from a recent analysis by the NAP Global Network to better understand the extent to which EbA has taken up in NAP processes. The presentation will identify gaps, trends, and opportunities in countries’ approaches to integrating EbA measures in NAPs, while drawing out lessons for future adaptation planning.
In addition, UNEP will be discussing its upcoming Guidelines for Integrating Ecosystem-based Adaptation into National Adaptation Plans. This presentation will describe some of the potential entry points for including EbA in the different steps of the NAP process, highlighting the opportunities and challenges involved. UNEP currently supports over 50 Ecosystem-based Adaptation projects and 17 National Adaptation Plan projects.
Virtual Learning Session | Climate action, gender equality, and resilient health systems: Integrated approaches in National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes
Join this virtual learning session to explore the intersections of health, gender equality, sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), and climate resilience!
Nature-Based Solutions as a Catalyst for Achieving Mutual Benefits for People, Nature, and Climate: Lessons learned from China and globally
Join our virtual event to learn about the long-term social, ecological, and economic benefits of nature-based solutions to climate change.
Canada’s Action on Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Adaptation
This international virtual event will profile Canada’s experience with Nature-Based Solutions (NBS) for adaptation.
The Race To Zero Dialogues | Gender-Responsive and Socially Equitable Resilience
As part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Race to Zero Dialogues, this event will explore the challenges and opportunities for gender-responsive climate action with a focus on resilience and social protection.