Discussions series “EbA-relevant tools and methods”

GIZ 2016: Outcome paper of the discussion series and further sources 1st webinar Assessing risk and vulnerability in an EbA context (15 September 2016)
  • Community NEWS
  • Guideline for Vulnerability Impact Assessments under EbA
  • Vulnerability Assessments in EbA Projects – Experiences from Central Asia
  • How to build capacity for applying EbA Tools?
2nd webinar Assessing risk and vulnerability in an EbA context (13 October 2016)
  • Community NEWS
  • Solutions for Ecosystem-based Adaptation under PANORAMA
  • Climate Change Impact Assessment for the Atlantic Forest in Brazil
3rd webinar  Identifying and prioritizing EbA Options (24 November 2016)
  • Community NEWS: UNFCC CoP 22: Side Event on sectoral NDC implementation
  • Community NEWS: HABITAT III: Financial instruments for urban EbA
  • Tool to prioritize adaptation options: Integrating EbA
  • Experience from application in Colombia
  • Conclusions on ” EbA tools & methods”
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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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