Climate risks cut across national borders. This brief aims to offer adaptation practitioners, policy-makers, and negotiators—especially those involved in their countries' national adaptation plan (NAP) processes—new perspectives on how the NAP process can play a role in addressing transboundary climate risks.
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Through a systematic review of NAP documents and interviews with key stakeholders, this report showcases the role NAP processes can play in minimizing and addressing loss and damage.
This report lays out the benefits and considerations for establishing the Seal River Watershed Indigenous Protected Area in Manitoba, Canada.
Promoting Synergies Between Climate Change Adaptation and Biodiversity Through the National Adaptation Plan and National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan Processes
This technical brief reviews the interconnections between biodiversity and climate adaptation and explores fostering synergies between the NAP and NBSAP processes.
This guidance note clarifies the concepts behind nature-based solutions (NbS), nature-based climate solutions (NBCS), and ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA).
This NAP Global Network brief seeks to demystify the Global Stocktake process under the Paris Agreement and explain how it could strengthen adaptation ambition at the global level.
This policy brief aims to increase the understanding and awareness of integrated actions that link climate change adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development.
How Timor-Leste Is Using the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Process to Scale Up Ecosystem-Based Adaptation (EbA)
This case study discusses how the Timor-Leste government has adopted Ecosystem-based adaptation as a guiding principle in its NAP process to connect ecosystem protection and climate action. It will also share lessons for other countries seeking to use the NAP process to mainstream and implement EbA.