Alignment to Advance Climate-Resilient Development: Overview Brief 2 Getting Started on Alignment

The brief explores how the different agendas and policy processes relate to each other and to a country’s national development planning processes. It describes the enabling factors for alignment and discusses how alignment objectives can be defined.

By Angie Dazé, Anika Terton, Malte Maaas on March 5, 2019

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Paris Agreement and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) share objectives related to climate-resilient development.

As countries make progress on defining how they will contribute to these agendas, there are considerable opportunities to increase coherence, efficiency and effectiveness through alignment of policy processes.

The first brief in this series focused on defining alignment and presenting the rationale for aligning these different, yet related, processes. This brief builds on this introduction and provides a concise overview of the practical considerations associated with initiating alignment of policy processes toward climate-resilient development, complementing other more detailed guidance.

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