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L'étude se concentre sur l'évolution des tendances en matière de température et de précipitations, sur la disponibilité future de l'eau et sur l'aptitude du pays à cultiver des cultures dans différents scénarios d'émissions. Les projections de l'étude vont jusqu'en 2090, ce qui permet non seulement d'examiner les tendances à court terme (2030), mais aussi de prendre en compte les impacts du changement climatique à moyen (2050) et à long terme. En outre, l'étude entreprend une analyse coûts-bénéfices des actions d'adaptation sélectionnées, sur la base de laquelle des "business cases" pour l'adaptation peuvent être identifiés.
The study focuses on evolving trends for temperature and precipitation, future water availability and the country’s suitability to grow crops under different climate change scenarios. The study’s projections go up to 2090, offering opportunities not only to look into short-term trends (2030), but also to take into account medium (2050) and long-term climate change impacts. In addition, the study undertakes a cost-benefit analysis of selected adaptation actions on which basis “business cases” for adaptation can be identified.
L'étude se concentre sur l'évolution des tendances en matière de température et de précipitations, sur la disponibilité future de l'eau et sur l'aptitude du pays à cultiver des cultures dans différents scénarios d'émissions. Les projections de l'étude vont jusqu'en 2090, ce qui permet non seulement d'examiner les tendances à court terme (2030), mais aussi de prendre en compte les impacts du changement climatique à moyen (2050) et à long terme. En outre, l'étude entreprend une analyse coûts-bénéfices des actions d'adaptation sélectionnées, sur la base de laquelle des "business cases" pour l'adaptation peuvent être identifiés.
When Metro Manila was placed on lockdown in face of the Covid-19 pandemic, a myriad of issues hurtled to the front of national focus, among them were migrant workers stranded in the country’s capital. In response, the Philippine government formulated the Balik Probinsya program to move individuals back to the provinces and decongest densely populated areas such as Metro Manila.  The Balik Probinsya program is a longterm program of the government intended for Metro Manila residents who want to return to their provinces “for good.” This paper is interested in determining the effects of this reverse migration on the rural areas and the loss of remittances from these returning migrants on the community of origin, especially any adaptation to climate change activities.
The study focuses on evolving trends for temperature and precipitation, future water availability and the country’s suitability to grow crops under different climate change scenarios. The study’s projections go up to 2090, offering opportunities not only to look into short-term trends (2030), but also to take into account medium (2050) and long-term climate change impacts. In addition, the study undertakes a cost-benefit analysis of selected adaptation actions on which basis “business cases” for adaptation can be identified.
Este informe tiene dos propósitos: ilustrar la importancia de integrar las cuestiones de género en las medidas AbE y brindar ejemplos reales de cómo se puede realizar esto en la práctica. Este informe está diseñado para quienes practican la AbE y quienes tienen la responsabilidad política sobre la adaptación, incluidas las personas encargadas de tomar decisiones del gobierno y el personal de soporte técnico, las organizaciones de la sociedad civil, las empresas del sector privado y las instituciones de investigación.
This series of papers compiles arguments, facts and examples on the evidence of the effectiveness of EbA in the form of short, easy to read briefs. Looking first at why EbA pays off in general, then at EbA in the water sector, in agriculture and in cities, it showcases why EbA offers cost-efficient solutions for adaption to climate change while also providing additional benefits for people and nature. Each of the four briefs can also be used as a stand-alone document e.g. when discussing adaptation options with planners and decision makers in water management, land use or urban planning.
Many regions in the Philippines are at risk of slow onset processes, such as sea level rise, land degradation and desertification, changes in rainfall and drought. The IMPACT project undertook a study of perceptions of slow onset climatic risks and migration in the Philippines, and the causality and impact both in the destination and origin areas. By following a people-centered research approach, the study is based on Key Expert Interviews, Participatory Rural Appraisals and Individual and Collective Storytelling Interviews, which have been conducted across the three major island groups of the Philippines (Mindanao, Visayas and Luzon). The collected data have been evaluated regarding internal and international migration patterns, as well as, for each of the considered areas, perceptions of environmental change, adaptation strategies and constraints, and aspects related to gender, wellbeing, and social cohesion in context of migration. The IMPACT study is closed by providing recommendations for adaptation and disaster risks, positive migration effects, and negative migration effects that can feed into policymaking.