Discussion series

What are Discussion Series?

A Discussion Series focuses on an adaptation topic during a duration of four weeks. It consists of several webinars that cover certain guiding questions, showcase application examples and connect people around the globe.

Discussion Series on Adaptation Monitoring & Evaluation (March 2013)
 

Download the Summary of the Discussion Series on Monitoring and Evaluation.

Guiding questions:

  • What are partner countries’ current experiences, interests and activities?
  • How can adaptation M&E support anticipatory policy making and implementation?
  • What approaches, methods and good practices exist for adaptation M&E?
  • What indicators can be used to monitor and evaluate adaptation?
  • How does adaptation M&E link to development and other sectoral M&E systems?
Discussion Series on Climate Information and Services (April 2013)
 

Download the Summary of the Discussion Series on Climate Information and Services.

Guiding questions

  • What are the core challenges for effective use of climate information in decision making?
  • What derives from these challenges for climate information and service providers?
  • What derives from these challenges for decision makers and practitioners?
  • What are good examples with regards to overcoming some of these challenges?
  • What are examples of positive impact from better availability and usability of information?
  • Where do we have to improve information provision and integration into decision making processes?
Discussion Series on Mainstreaming Adaptation (May 2013)
 

Download the Summary of the Discussion Series on Mainstreaming Adaptation.

Guiding questions

  • Where do we stand in mainstreaming adaptation?
  • What has been achieved in concrete cases?
  • What tools have been applied?
  • What are the lessons learned from this – what are key success factors, what a key barriers?
  • What are recommendations for the way forward?

Please download the complete programme here: Discussion Series: Mainstreaming - where do we stand?