This overview policy brief introduces the topic of using domestic public finance for the implementation of National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes.
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This guidebook is intended for decision makers and technical advisors involved in the development of national monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems for adaptation, particularly in developing and middle-income countries.Its objective is to guide decision making regarding the purpose, design,…
There is no single approach to integrating adaptation considerations into sector planning, but concrete examples of good practice are emerging.
Migration is playing a significant role in the deterioration of the Lake Albert ecosystem in Buliisa District, as migrants, mainly coming from neighbouring provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo, are pulled to the region by the economic opportunities.
The National Adaptation Planning Global Network’s inaugural Targeted Topics Forum addressed the related topics of securing political support and sectoral integration in the National Adaptation Plan process.
Towards a Low Carbon, Climate Resilient Ontario: IISD input to MOECC’s Climate Change Discussion Paper
The Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change released its Ontario Climate Change Discussion Paper 2015. This brief outlines IISD’s response to proposed actions related to:Supporting climate-friendly technologyLow-carbon growth, buildings and communitiesAn instrument and design features…
Efforts to help fragile states move onto a path toward stability and sustainability continue to face enormous challenges.Climate change is one of these challenges. This is true for a number of reasons: the high exposure of many fragile states to climate risks, their economic reliance on climate…
Repository of Adaptation Indicators: Real case examples from national Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
The repository illustrates possible adaptation indicators and their application context, thereby supporting their context-specific formulation.
The paper Monitoring and Evaluating Adaptation at Aggregated Levels: A Comparative Analysis of Ten Systems provides an introduction to different approaches and experiences in designing and implementing (piloting) M&E systems for adaptation at the portfolio, national, regional and international levels.
In recent years, the concept of low-carbon, climate-resilient development (LCCRD) has emerged as a key way of framing policy and action to address climate change, capturing the need for mitigation and adaptation efforts to be fully integrated into development planning and implementation.This policy…