sNAPshot: Domestic public finance for implementation of NAPs
While there is no single approach to integrating adaptation considerations into sector planning, concrete examples are emerging as more countries pursue National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes.
The NAP Global Network’s Targeted Topics Forum on Financing NAPs: Options for Implementation explored the wide range of financing sources and mechanisms that can be used to support the implementation of NAPs. This Overview Brief introduces the topic of using domestic public finance for the implementation of NAP processes.
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