Drawing on global experience, this report outlines key issues and considerations that should inform the development of Canada's first national adaptation strategy.
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Filling the Gap: A review of Multilateral Development Banks' efforts to scale up financing for climate adaptation
This report reviews the challenges of and opportunities for scaling up Multilateral Development Banks' financing for adaptation in developing countries and aligning these efforts with the Paris Agreement.
This briefing note highlights the significance of the integrated vulnerability assessment (IVA) framework to the NAP processes underway in three Pacific island states: Kiribati, Tuvalu and the Solomon Islands.
Financing National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes: Contributing to the achievement of nationally determined contribution (NDC) adaptation goals
This guidance note aims to assist countries with determining how to secure the financing for their National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes.
The Vulnerability of Pakistan's Water Sector to the Impacts of Climate Change: Identification of gaps and recommendations for action
This report explores the vulnerability of Pakistan’s water supply to climate change, noting potential changes in water availability, water demand, implications for key sectors, and strategies for addressing knowledge and capacity gaps.
This policy brief focuses on how cities can build resilience to climate change through transformational adaptation.
This brief provides an overview of observed trends in adaptation action that emerged from a standardized review of efforts in 15 African and Asian countries.
This report summarizes the climate risks and vulnerable sectors in Kenya, providing an overview of current efforts to address these concerns through climate change adaptation policies and initiatives at the national and sub-national levels.
This report summarizes the climate risks and vulnerable sectors in Pakistan, providing an overview of climate change adaptation policies and initiatives introduced in response at the national and sub-national levels.