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
  • Sep 25, 2020 On September 4th, 2020, the ‘Global Programme Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change’ (GP HMCCC) hosted the launch of the newly published study “Home Lands – Island and Archipelagic States’ Policymaking for Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change”. The GP HMCCC is financed by the ‘German Federal Ministry for Economic Development […]
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  • Aug 27, 2020 How does gender intersect with climate change and human mobility? Looking into this question, on August 17th 2020, the GIZ Global Programme Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change (HMCCC), financed by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, organized a discussion and invited practitioners, policy makers and researchers. The discussion was opened […]
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  • Aug 20, 2020 We are pleased to invite you to participate at our virtual launch of a new research publication: Home Lands – Policymaking for Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change What happened after the hurricanes destroyed almost all infrastructure on the island Barbuda? Which problems arise in the context of planned relocations in Pacific island […]
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