Public Engagement on Climate Change Adaptation
A briefing for developing country national adaptation plan teams
Countries will not achieve their climate ambitions without bringing citizens into the policy-making process. Our report with @ClimateOutreach explores why and how public engagement in national #adaptation planning matters.
The teams leading national #adaptation plan processes should place people—their values and identities—at the centre of decision making on adaptation. Find out how in our report with @ClimateOutreach
Building public support will be crucial for implementing the adaptation actions prioritized through the NAP process. We look at how countries can build a social mandate for adaptation with @ClimateOutreach
This report provides an introduction to public engagement on climate change adaptation for decision-makers involved in leading NAP processes. Building public support will be crucial for implementing the adaptation actions prioritized through the NAP process.
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