This paper aims to support trade negotiators in leveraging trade for climate change adaptation and to explore the critical role National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes can play in this regard.
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Drawing on global experience, this report outlines key issues and considerations that should inform the development of Canada's first national adaptation strategy.
Climate economic modelling ensures that a country's economic development and climate change adaptation efforts are mutually reinforcing.
This overview policy brief introduces the topic of using domestic public finance for the implementation of National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes.
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.