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Adapt Now A global call for Leadership on Climate Resilience
Adapt Now: A global call for Leadership on Climate Resilience
Year:2019
Author:Global Center on Adaptation / World Resources Institute
The national adaptation plan process: A brief overview
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Author:Anónimo.
Information paper on how the process to formulate and implement national adaptation plans can be supported in least developed countries
Year:2015
Author:UNFCCC
Webinar: Welcome to the community of practice NAPs
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Scenarios and adaptation measures for NAPS: The mexican experience
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Scenarios and adaptation measures for NAPS: The mexican experience
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Assessment of options for adaptation measures: Methods and experiences of selection and prioritization in Paraguay and Uruguay
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Assessment of options for adaptation measures in Paraguay and Uruguay
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: NAPS planning and opportunities for synergies with mitigation
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Author:Anónimo.
The Adaptation Gap 2016
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Author:Anónimo.
Demystifying Adaptation Finance for the Private Sector
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Access to funding for NAPS: Experiences from the Caribbean
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Author:Anónimo.
National adaptation plans Technical guidelines for the national adaptation plan process
Year:2012
Author:UNFCCC
Webinar: The role of the private sector in financing adaptation with a perspective on NAPS
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Articulation of National Adaptation Plans for Climate Change with national, regional and local development strategies
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar Integrating planned management of water resources in adaptation and its relationship with the NAP
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Integrated planned management of water resources
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Author:Anónimo.
Regional briefing on National Adaptation Plans: Caribbean in focus
Year:2017
Author:UNDP, UN Environment, Global Environment Fund
Webinar Integrated planning of the coastal sector under a scenario of climate change adaptation
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Author:Anónimo.
UNISDR. 2015. Marco de Sendai para la Reducción del Riesgo de Desastres 2015 - 2030
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Author:Anónimo.
A guide to evaluating marine spatial plans
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Author:Anónimo.
MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING
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Author:Anónimo.
Promoting ecosystems for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation
Year:2015
Author:UN Environment
The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030: A tool for Adaptation to Climate Change and National Adaptation Plans
Year:2015
Author:United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR)
Report of the open-ended intergovernmental expert working group on indicators and terminology relating to disaster risk reduction
Year:2016
Author:United Nations General Assembly
Technical guidance for monitoring and reporting on progress in achieving the global targets of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
Year:2017
Author:UNISDR
Opportunities and options for integrating climate change adaptation with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030
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Author:Anónimo.
Integration of measures for adaptation to CC and DRR in planning of NAPs
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar Integration of gender approach and indigenous communities in planning for adaptation and its articulation with the NAPS
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar: Integration of gender approach and indigenous communities in planning for adaptation and its articulation with the NAPS
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Author:Anónimo.
Gender, climate change and community-based adaptation: A guidebook for designing and implementing gender-sensitive community-based adaptation programs and projects
Year:2010
Author:United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
Mainstreaming gender in health adaptation to climate change programmes
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Author:World Health Organization (WHO)
Gender equality in national climate action: planning for gender-responsive nationally determined contributions
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Author:United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
Guidance on Integrating Ecosystem Considerations into Climate Change Vulnerability and Impact Assessment (VIA) to Inform Ecosystem-based Adaptation
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Author:UN Environment WCMC
Coastal EbA Decision Support Tool and Options manual
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Author:Anónimo.
Developing national adaptation monitoring and evaluation systems: A guidebook
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Author:Hayley Price-Kelly, Anne Hammill, Julie Dekens, Timo Leiter and Julia Olivier
Webinar: Land-use planning for resilience to climate change: The perspective of REDD+
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Author:Anónimo.
Webinar Financial mechanisms: Basic ingredients to ensure the sustainability of adaptation
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Author:Anónimo.
Adaptation metrics: Perspectives on measuring, aggregating and comparing adaptation results
Year:2018
Author:UNEP DTU Partnership
Adaptation in human settlements: key findings and way forward
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Author:United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)
Monitoring and Evaluating Adaptation at Aggregated Levels: A Comparative Analysis of Ten Systems
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Author:GIZ
Ecosystem-based adaptation in cities: An analysis of European urban climate adaptation plans
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Author:Davide Geneletti and Linda Zardo
Ecosystem-based approaches to building resilience in urban areas: towards a framework for decision-making criteria
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Author:Marlene Laros, Sarah Birch, Jenny Clover, ICLEI-Africa
Finance options and instruments for Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA): Overview and compilation of ten examples
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Author:GIZ
Monitoring & evaluation for climate change adaptation: A synthesis of tools, frameworks and approaches
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Author:Bours, D., McGinn, C. and Pringle, P.
Monitoring and evaluation of climate change adaptation in Nepal: a review of national systems
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Author:Susannah Fisher,Michelle Slaney
Monitoring and evaluating climate adaptation: a review of GCCA experience
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Author:International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)
Disaster Risk Reduction & Climate Change Adaptation in the Pacific: An institutional and policy analysis
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Author:United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction,Secretariat and the United Nations Development Programme, Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recover,The Global Environment Facility.
How do gender approaches improve climate compatible development? Lessons from Peru
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Author:Teresa Arana, Alicia Quezada, Rebecca Clements
10 things to know: Gender equality and achieving climate goals
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Author:Sebastian Kratzer and Viginie Le Masson
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