Adapting to the impacts of climate change, whether at the national, sub-national or community level, is not the responsibility of national governments alone. Businesses and investors also need to be involved in NAP processes, as they are the key engines of economic growth in developing countries, accounting for 60 per cent of gross domestic product, 80 per cent of capital flows and 90 per cent of jobs.
This Peer Learning Summit will bring together developing country representatives, climate support initiatives, and bilateral donors to facilitate sustained South-South peer learning and exchange on how countries can engage the private sector in their NAP processes, with a focus on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the agriculture and tourism sectors.
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Read the NAP Global Network’s guidance note, Engaging the Private Sector in National Adaptation Planning Processes.
Follow our five-part blog series, with a new blog each week in the lead-up to this event:
- Part I: What is the Business Case for Private Investment in the NAP Process?
- Part II: Knowledge is Power: Why information sharing is key to engaging businesses in the NAP process
- Part III: Paying for it: How governments can help the private sector overcome financial barriers to investing in adaptation
- Part IV: For MSME Day, We Look at How Institutional Arrangements Can Engage Small Businesses in Climate Adaptation
- Part V: When Life Gives You Lemons: How to bolster businesses’ capacity for making lemonade out of a changing climate
Watch our video on engaging the private sector in the NAP process: