Webinar: Tools to Support the Implementation of Ecosystem-based Adaptation (07 March 2019)

Webinar: Tools to Support the Implementation of Ecosystem-based Adaptation (07 March 2019)

Introducing the EbA Tool Navigator: A searchable database of tools and methods relevant to EbA
UNEP-WCMC
Input by Tânia Salvaterra (UNEP-WCMC)

For further information on the tool and to download the pilot version, please click here

Introducing the EbA Measures Prioritization Tool: A method for selecting the best EbA measures portfolio for implementation
SEMARNAT-CONANP-GIZ
Input by Camilo de la Garza (GIZ)

For further information on the methodology and to download the guide (Spanish), please click here

To download the tool (Spanish), please click here. An updated and an Enlish version will be available shortly.

The webinar was organized by the GIZ Global Project Mainstreaming EbA funded under the International Climate Initiative (IKI) of the German Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

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