We recently held our 2nd Targeted Topics Forum (TTF) with the theme “Financing National Adaptation Plans: Options for Implementation” in Kingston, Jamaica, from March 15-17. 2016.
The TTF brought together 42 participants representing 11 countries and five organizations to address a range of financing options including domestic public finance, international finance, and private finance.
News release: “Jamaica hosts global forum on climate change adaptation planning.”
Listen to a podcast recap of this Targeted Topics Forum
Why does integration of adaptation into national budgets matter? | Michael Brossman, GIZ
Finding Money to Pay for Adaptation: Economic Instruments | Frédéric Gagnon-Lebrun, IISD
Engaging the Private Sector for NAP Implementation: The Role of the Public Sector | Joel Smith & Dr. Alicia Hayman, Abt Associates
People’s Survival Fund: Overview and Status | Antonio L. Fernandez, People’s Survival Fund, Philippines
Grenada Experiences with Prioritization for Pipeline Development | Trevor Thompson, Grenada
Mobilizing a Climate Responsive National Budget: The case of the Philippines | Mercedita A. Sombilla, Philippines
Domestic resources for implementing National Adaptation Plans | Anne Hammill, IISD
sNAPshot Policy Briefs on Domestic Finance for NAPs
Out of the discussions held at this TTF, our sNAPshot policy brief series summarized the lessons that emerged on domestic public finance for implementation of NAPs.