Climate change adaptation practices are comprised of local knowledge and practices. These autonomous and planned interventions are designed to reduce risk and enhance the resilience of vulnerable households and communities with respect to their livelihoods and economic well-being.
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Adaptation strategies in the Gandaki River Basin of Nepal: Need for Transformational change
By: Bimal Raj Regmi, Governance Specialist, ICIMOD
On: Wednesday, May 03, 2017
Overcoming Challenges in a Shifting Landscape - Building Resilience
By: Caroline Heider, Director General, Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) - World Bank Group
On: Monday, Apr 24, 2017
Resilience is based on complex connections between social, environmental, and economic domains.
Building resilience has and continues to be central to the human endeavor. Extreme events have caused harm, shock, and suffering for centuries. At the same time, they have stimulated innovation, technological advancements, and adaptation—hallmarks of resilience under challenging circumstances.
Learning that Can't Wait - CIF Learning and Evaluation Initiative
By: Joe Dickman, Senior Evaluation and Learning Specialist, Climate Investment Funds
On: Monday, Apr 03, 2017
co-authored with Anna Williams
Urgency is a word often associated with climate change. The scale and urgency of the climate crisis demands scaled-up action to prevent a range of future—and current—consequences: from extreme weather events, to poor air quality affecting the health of millions and shifting weather patterns jeopardizing agricultural production and water supplies.
Urgency, though, is not typically a word associated with evaluation or learning.
Measuring resilience of adaptation interventions and beyond - Adaptation Futures 2016
By: Dennis Bours, Evaluation Officer, GEF Independent Evaluation Office (GEF IEO)
On: Tuesday, Jun 07, 2016
The Independent Evaluation Office of the GEF (IEO) recently organized two panel sessions at the Adaptation Futures 2016 conference, which took place in Rotterdam May 10-13.
Evaluation and Adaptation Pathways
By: Leon Hermans, Assistant professor in policy analysis, TU Delft
On: Tuesday, Nov 10, 2015
Policy analysts have a new addition to their toolbox that recognizes the importance of deep uncertainty and the resulting need for adaptive planning approaches. The use of adaptation pathways, as this new addition is known, supports the development of adaptive policies and programmes.