A compilation of all central knowledge products on Ecosystem-based Adaptation produced by the BMU-IKI funded Global Project Mainstreaming EbA. You will find both brief descriptions and links as well as QR-codes for each publication in the document.
Lead the Change: Guidance for implementing Change Leadership Programmes in international cooperation
The Lead the Change Programme is a product of the Regional Project on Ecosystem-based Adaptation to Climate Change in the high mountainous region of Central Asia, implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) through the International Climate Initiative (IKI). This document synthesizes the learnings from a Leadership Programme conducted in 2017. Its aim is to provide inspiration and practical guidance on how to develop and manage a cross-sectoral leadership development programme in the context of sustainability. It is written for commissioning organisations as well as programme managers and facilitators designing such programmes. Whilst it outlines the concept, methodological approach and design of the programme, it is however not a facilitation guide, but rather works in conjunction with related documents such as the AIZ’s Toolbox Leadership for Global Responsibility and assumes proficiency of the facilitators in the faculties and methodologies outlined.
This study explores how the two leading approaches in water resources management and ecosystem thinking for climate change adaptation – i.e. IWRM and EbA – can be merged to achieve greater climate resilience in watersheds. It entails a conceptual analysis of both approaches and showcases nine practical implementation examples of integrated EbA-IWRM projects around the world. The case studies reveal structural similarities, key lessons, and enabling and inhibiting factors for integrated EbA-IWRM approaches. From this, the study derives and promotes a set of guiding principles for integrated EbA-IWRM projects.
The GIZ Global Project Mainstreaming EbA, the South African GIZ Climate Support Programme and the Philippine EbA Community are happy to share the recording of the free and public online session National Communities of Practice for Ecosystem-based Adaptation with you.
La Guía para Monitoreo y Evaluación de Intervenciones de Adaptación basada en Ecosistemas proporciona
una descripción del proceso necesario para diseñar e implementar un Monitoreo y Evaluación
(M&E) eficaz de la Adaptación basada en Ecosistemas (AbE).
The 6th EbA Knowledge Day – organized by GIZ and IUCN under the Friends of EbA (FEBA) network – took place on June 8th and was themed “Maximizing the potential of EbA: bridging the gap between climate change and biodiversity agendas.”
The GIZ Global Project Mainstreaming EbA, the UN Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC) and the Friends of EbA (FEBA) network are happy to share the recording of the free and public online session.
This guidance builds on the already widely used Conservation Measures Partnership’s Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation (Conservation Standards). The Conservation Standards, first developed in 2004, represent the leading adaptive management framework in the field of biodiversity conservation and ecosystem management. Thousands of conservation practitioners around the globe have used them to plan, manage, monitor, adapt and learn from their projects and programs.
This is a practical guide for planners and practitioners to better understand the outcomes and impacts of on-the-ground Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) projects, working with and enhancing nature to reduce the negative impacts of climate change on people.
In the framework of a SPA grant agreement, WWF US developed eight simple recommendations for countries to include nature-based solutions in their climate plans (NDCs) and thereby show their commitment to take ambitious climate action.