Discussion series “Evidence on the effectiveness of EbA measures”

In collaboration with UN-Environment REGATTA/Practical Actions 1st webinar How to strengthen evidence of the effectiveness of ecosystem-based adaptation (implemented by UN-Environment REGATTA/Practical Actions, 2 March 2017) 2nd webinar Valuating and communicating the economic benefits of EbA (16 March 2017)
  • Economic tools for counting, capturing and investing in ecosystems as climate adaptation infrastructure
  • Valuating economic benefits of EbA in Thailand: EbA sediment trap versus dredging
  • Communicating “Building with Nature for Coastal Resilience”
3rd webinar Evidence on EbA effectiveness – Experiences from Central Asia and Viet Nam (6 April 2017)
  • Cost-benefit analysis as a communication tool for Mainstreaming EbA – Experiences from a data scarce Region
  • Quantifying adaptation benefits and comparison of coastal protection adaptation projects in Viet Nam
  • Oct 01, 2019 Climate Change Adaptation has become a central concern for sustainable development and economic policy, especially in developing countries. At the same time, financing for adaptation constitutes only a small share of the overall global climate finance and by far falls short of projected finance needs. A new publication series by adelphi about effective mobilization and […]
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  • Sep 09, 2019 A Wikipedia article on Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) is now available online. The article was co-authored by members of FEBA’s Wikipedia Working Group, with involvement of the BMU-IKI-funded GIZ Global Project Mainstreaming EbA. With this article, the Wikipedia Working Group aims to promote EbA understanding among popular and new audiences as well as to present a […]
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  • Jul 08, 2019 Kazakhstan is currently initiating the development of its National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process, financed by the Green Climate Fund. This will involve sub-national engagement and collaboration between national and sub-national authorities, since the effects of climate change are often experienced on a local scale. This increased risk and uncertainty creates challenges for people’s livelihoods and […]
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