Supporting Climate Resilient Economic Development in Georgia – Application of the e3.ge Model to Analyze the Economy-Wide Impacts of Climate Change Adaptation
This national report on the application of the e3.ge model in Georgia outlines the CRED approach of modelling economy-wide impacts of climate change and adaptation. It a general understanding of macroeconomic models, and the impacts of climate change in Georgia. The report integrates both the economic and climatic dimensions in the e3.ge model and conducts exemplary analyses of adaptation options in the agriculture and tourism/infrastructure sectors.
Supporting Climate Resilient Economic Development in Kazakhstan – Application of the e3.kz Model to Analyze the Economy-Wide Impacts of Climate Change Adaptation
This national report on the application of the e3.kz approach in Kazakhstan outlines the CRED approach of modelling economy-wide impacts of climate change and adaptation. It informs about macroeconomic modelling and climate change impacts in Kazakhstan and combines both dimensions in the e3.kz model. The report also conducts exemplary analyses of adaptation options in the agriculture, energy, and infrastructure sectors.
Global Report: Lessons Learnt from Piloting Macroeconomic Modelling for Climate Resilience
The Global Report evaluates the effectiveness of using climate-sensitive macroeconomic modeling in achieving climate resilience in Georgia, Kazakhstan, and Vietnam. The report emphasizes the use of the model-based process for adaptation planning and evidence-based policymaking.
Factsheet: Key Outputs and Publications of the Global Programme Loss and Damage
After nine years of committed efforts to promote climate risk management in the international arena and in countries at risk, the Global Programme Loss and Damage came to an end in December 2022. This Factsheet encompasses its key outputs and publications.
Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Agri-Food Systems: A Compendium of Analytic Tools for Practitioners
The Compendium provides an overview of the most relevant tools that can be applied to integrate climate change adaptation and mitigation into development projects. It categorizes these tools by level and complexity of application, methodology and target group and prepares the tools for a more convenient application by practitioners. The tools enable entry points for agroecological transformation and identify site-appropriate agroecological practices.
The interactive Product Landscape complements the Compendium and gives a visual overview of and easy access to the tools as well as additional relevant documents.
Metodología para la Evaluación de Riesgos Climáticos en la Infraestructura Pública de Costa Rica: MERCI-CR
La metodología para la evaluación de riesgos climáticos en la infraestructura pública de Costa Rica (MERCI-CR) presenta un instrumento para analysar los riesgos y preparar la protección de la infraestructura y la continuidad de los servicios públicos vitales ante eventos climáticos.
Climate Risk Communication Guideline
This guideline offers insights and lessons learned on the preparation and implementation of climate risk communication approaches. It was developed by the Community of Practice Climate Risk to provide directions on the preparation and implementation of communication approaches and the dissemination of results to different users and target groups for the improved uptake of the results of climate risk and vulnerability assessments.
Climate Risk Portfolio Screening of 83 Sluice Gates in Kien Giang Province, Vietnam
Based on the PIEVC Protocol, this report is the result of a climate risk assessment for the coastal sluice gate system in Kien Giang, encompassing 83 sluice gates.
Cost-Benefit Analysis of Climate Risk: Cai Lon – Cai Be Sluice Gates System, Vietnam
This report provides an economic cost-benefit analysis of climate risks to the Cai Lon – Cai Be Sluice Gates System in Vietnam.
PIEVC Climate Risk Assessment Update of Cai Lon Cai Be Sluice Gate System, Vietnam
This report is an update to the Climate Risk Analysis and Assessment Report for Cai Lon – Cai Be Sluice Gate Project. The objective of the report is to develop a complete, comprehensive climate risk assessment case for the infrastructure of sluice gate systems.