monitoring and evaluation

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Scaling up Climate Action through Adaptation Effectiveness
著者:
Cynthia Rosenzweig, Manishka De Mel , Estefania Arteaga, Minpeng Chen, Paul Desanker, Denyse Dookie, Elisabeth Gilmore, Valerie Kapos, Alexandre Magnan, Kavya Michael, Henry Neufeldt, Anand Patwardhan, Liu Wei, Rosalind West, Carolina Zambrano-Barragán
Adaptation effectiveness cannot be achieved by focusing on one stage of the adaptation process, rather it needs an all-encompassing approach. The current undue attention on a few stages of adaptation planning needs to be reconsidered. Adaptation effectiveness is vital to inform both national and local level adaptation actions as well as progress...
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The ASEAN Secretariat proposed that the preparation of the sixth State of Environment Report (SOER6) should include the development of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) which could serve as a monitoring tool for the progress of implementation of the ASEAN Strategic Plan on Environment 2016-2025 (ASPEN), and as the basis for data requirements during...
ポリシーブリーフ
著者:
Cynthia
Rozenzweig
De Mel
Manishka
Arteaga, E., Chen, M., Desanker, P., Dookie, D., Gilmore, E., Magnan, A., Michael, K., Neufeldt, H., Patwardhan, A., Wei, L. and Zambrano, C.
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. The...
プレゼンテーション
Session #464 Effective adaptation: What is it and how can we measure and manage it?
著者:
Cynthia Rosenzweig
De Mel
Manishka
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...
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Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability所収
著者:
R. A. Begum, R. Lempert, E. Ali, T.A. Benjaminsen, T. Bernauer, W. Cramer, X. Cui, K. Mach, G. Nagy, N.C.Stenseth, R. Sukumar, P. Wester
et al.
The IPCC Working Group II contribution to the Sixth Assessment Report addresses the challenges of climate action in the context of sustainable development with a particular focus on climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability. Since IPCC AR5, human influence on the Earth’s climate has become unequivocal, increasingly apparent, and...