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UNFCC – Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice, 2015

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Good practices and lessons learned in adaptation planning processes addressing ecosystems, human settlements, water resources and health, and in processes and structures for linking national and local adaptation planning: a synthesis of case studies

1.The UNFCC – Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice, 2015 highlighted the Consortium work as one of good practice in provision of funding or direct access to funding facilitates the linkage of local and national adaptation planning.  Read number 174 and 178 highlighting Ada’s work.

  1. Available and implemented tools and methods for adaptation planning processes addressing the four issues of ecosystems, human settlements, water resources and health;
  2. Good practices and lessons learned in relation to adaptation planning processes, including on monitoring and evaluation, addressing the four issues mentioned above;
  3. Good practices and lessons learned, related to processes and structures for linking national and local adaptation planning.

 

Background

2. The Conference of the Parties (COP), at its nineteenth session, decided to continue the NWP within the framework of the provisions of decision 2/CP.11, addressing the knowledge needs arising from the Cancun Adaptation Framework and other relevant workstreams and bodies under the Convention and the knowledge needs identified by Parties.2 The COP also requested the SBSTA to consider, under the NWP, the thematic areas of ecosystems, human settlements, water resources and health.

3. In accordance with decision 17/CP.19, SBSTA 40 agreed on a set of activities to be carried out under the NWP by 2015 so that information and knowledge may be collected, analysed and disseminated to inform adaptation planning and actions at the regional, national and local levels in relation to, inter alia, ecosystems, human settlements, water resources and health.


  • Publisher:
    UNFCC
  • Published:
    2015
  • Language:
    English