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The Summer School 2024, as part of the PrivABoo Practitioners Lab, took place on 10, 18 and 30 July. It is focused on exploring the context of Adaptation SMEs and their climate change related opportunities and impacts. Additionally, adaptation tools and approaches were discussed, as well as financing opportunities for climate change adaptation.
Investor Meet & Greet sessions aim at connecting investors and companies to drive investments in climate change adaptation solutions. In each session, a small number of investors introduce themselves to the audience and welcome questions from and exchanges with the participants.
This free, self-paced e-learning course is hosted on the online learning platform edX.org and features nine units comprised of video lectures, case studies, quizzes, and handouts. It equips learners with transferable and replicable skills for designing and implementing EbA initiatives by offering targeted training on topics such as key principles, risk assessments, monitoring, and governance. The e-learning course is available in English, French and in a brand-new Spanish version!
A new, freely available self-paced e-learning course, jointly developed by UNU-EHS, UNU-VIE and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, will provide learners with a profound understanding of human mobility in the context of climate change. By introducing key concepts like climate related migration, disaster displacement, planned relocation and trapped populations, this training will build capacities needed to consider human mobility in the context of climate change (HMCCC) in your respective field of work. The training showcases diverse examples from different countries on the phenomena of HMCCC as well as options how to manage it.
The Autumn School 2023, as part of the PrivABoo Practitioners Lab, took place on 18, 25 October and 1 November 2023. It is focused on exploring the context of Adaptation SMEs and their climate change related opportunities and impacts. Additionally, adaptation tools and approaches were discussed, as well as financing opportunities for climate change adaptation.
Value Creation through Mainstreaming Gender in Adaptation Finance is a customizable training for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) engaged in climate change adaptation. It underscores the significance of adopting a gender lens within the context of adaptation finance. In a rapidly changing business landscape, applying this gender perspective is critical to understanding and addressing diverse customer needs, enabling SMEs to effectively adapt their products and marketing strategies. Moreover, the program equips SMEs with the essential tools and insights to create a nurturing environment for talent development within their enterprises. It provides guidance on meeting the gender and inclusion-related criteria set by investors, a vital component for securing funding and establishing partnerships.
The Summer School 2022, as part of the PrivABoo Practitioners Lab, took place on 16, 18, 23 August and 1 September 2022. It focused on exploring the context of Adaptation SMEs and their climate change related opportunities and impacts. Additionally, adaptation tools and approaches were discussed, as well as financing opportunities for climate change adaptation.
The International Trade Centre (ITC) offers a free e-learning course for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and experts working with them. The course features the GIZ Climate Expert Approach. Next starting date is Monday, 28th of June. Register now!
How to assess infrastructure climate risks? This training course for practitioners and decision makers raises awareness about the specific requirements to assess climate risks of infrastructure. Whereby, many climate risk assessments focus on larger spatial scales and entities, the system of interest for infrastructure climate risk assessment is at the object level and its assets.
El Ministerio del Ambiente de Ecuador (MAE) con apoyo de la Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ – Cooperación Técnica Alemana) y de la Oficina Regional para América del Sur de la Unión Internacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza (UICN) implementaron el Programa Regional “Estrategias de Adaptación al Cambio Climático basadas en Ecosistemas en Colombia y Ecuador” (Programa Regional AbE).
Capacity development is a key factor for supporting ownership and action towards resilient coastal and marine ecosystems. The training courses aim to strengthen the capacities of decision makers, practitioners, and stakeholders to overcome competing interests and uncoordinated approaches at sea. They provide participants with tools to find their own solutions to respond to the challenges facing the marine environment.
This interactive training course (2-3 days) gives participants a systematic introduction to adaptation M&E. They get to know the process of developing adaptation M&E systems and indicators at national and project level.
Cette formation interactive d'une durée de 2 à 3 jours, propose aux participants une introduction méthodique au S&E de l’adaptation. Lors de la formation, ils se familiarisent avec le processus de développement de dispositifs et d'indicateurs de S&E de l'adaptation au niveau national et des projets.
GIZ has developed the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process country-level training in collaboration with the NAP GSP, UNDP, UNITAR and UNEP. It intends to assist multiple sectors at the country-level and constitutes the basis for a country upon which to strategize, steer and manage its NAP process.
The twelve thematic modules of this training can be mixed and matched to suit a specific audience’s needs. A “cookbook” provides more details on how to plan a training event according to capacity development needs and available time and resources. The “cookbook”, published by GIZ in 2013, is based on the valuable experiences from more than thirty training workshops in different countries and for a variety of target audiences. In its first part, it covers key “ingredients” for programming a CCA training event and gives guidance on questions that often arise during preparation. The second part contains tried and tested “recipes”, i. e., training design briefs for different training formats depending on the target group and the desired output.
Les douze modules thématiques peuvent être combinés pour répondre aux besoins d'un public spécifique. Un « livre de cuisine » contient des détails supplémentaires sur la façon de planifier un atelier de formation en fonction des besoins de renforcement des capacités, du temps et des ressources disponibles. Le « livre de cuisine », publié par la GIZ en 2013, est basé sur le trésor d'expériences de plus de trente ateliers de formation dans plusieurs pays et pour des publics cibles variés. Dans sa première partie, il traite des « ingrédients » clés de la programmation d'un atelier de formation sur l'ACC et donne des conseils sur des questions qui se posent souvent au cours de la préparation. La deuxième partie contient des « recettes » éprouvées, c'est-à-dire des fiches de conception de formation pour plusieurs formats de formation en fonction du groupe cible et du résultat souhaité.
Training on methods and tools for vulnerability and adaptation (V&A) assessment. The training package is based on the UNFCCC user manual and is designed to facilitate the use of the UNFCCC guidelines contained in the annex to decision 17/CP.8.