National Adaptation Plan

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Roundtable Meeting with Higher Level Functionaries for Strengthening the Climate Security Outcomes of Adaptation Planning
Climate security refers to the direct and indirect impacts of climate change on peace and security. It also refers to the impact of climate change on the political stability, human security, national security, etc. Climate change as a threat multiplier, can exacerbate the underlying traditional security issues and human security issues. Hence...
Session #464 Effective adaptation: What is it and how can we measure and manage it?
Cynthia Rosenzweig
De Mel
Evaluating the effectiveness of adaptation policies and actions is key to understanding whether they have reduced climate risks and achieved other intended outcomes . The goals are to ensure that adaptation is adequate to address climate risks, do not foster negative unintended consequences over space and time, and inform adaptation financing...
Formulation and Implementation of National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) in the Asia Pacific - Establishing a System to Promote Adaptation Towards the Achievement of the Global Goal on Adaptation (GGA)
* The recording of the session is available from here. It has been more than a decade since the “NAP process” was established as part of the Cancun Adaptation Framework at COP16 in 2010. Until then, numbers of technical and financial support have been provided to accelerate NAP process by UNFCC constituted bodies, UNFCCC funding mechanisms and...
Training or Learning Material
The aim of this e-learning course is to learn how the climate projection tool “ ClimoCast ” can be used in the NAP process. The tool covers all countries around the world, and allows users to compare different climate scenarios and models, as well as downscale the results to the sub-national level, which is very useful for adaptation planning. The...