Canada Supports Adaptation in Four Pacific Island States

Canada supported in-country NAP programming in four Pacific islands, as well as peer learning and research on gender in NAP processes

The Canadian government, through Environment and Climate Change Canada, provided funding for in-country NAP support programs in Fiji, Kiribati, Tuvalu and Solomon Islands between April 2017 and March 2018. Canada also supported a Targeted Topics Forum attended by representatives from 21 countries, as well as the development of a series of knowledge products on how […]

Gender-Responsive Adaptation in Peru

Interview with Ivonne Yupanqui Valderrama, Peru, on integrating gender into the National Adaptation Plan process. View the story Gender-Responsive Adaptation in Peru Interview with Ivonne Yupanqui Valderrama, Peru, on integrating gender into the National Adaptation Plan process. March 5, 2018 NADI, FIJI – In conversations about climate change, gender is not always considered. In February […]

Fiji Adapts

Climate specialists from across the globe gather to share lessons about resilience and climate adaptation View the story Introduction Background Fiji Meteorological Services Droughts and Floods Legalega Research Station Looking Forward Fiji Adapts Climate specialists from across the globe gather to share lessons about resilience and climate adaptation By Clare Church, IISDFebruary 15, 2018 NADI, […]

Fiji Hosts International Forum on Adapting to Climate Change

NADI—Specialists from more than 20 countries meet in Fiji this week to share lessons for preparing for climate change impacts. The international forum, co-hosted by the Government of the Republic of Fiji and the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Global Network, will bring together representatives from countries that are developing and implementing plans to adapt to […]

Public–Private Partnerships: Financing climate-resilient infrastructure

by David Uzsoki, IISD

According to UN Environment, the costs of adapting to climate change could range between USD 280 billion and USD 500 billion by 2050. Climate-resilient infrastructure plays an important role in the national adaptation plan (NAP) process. Countries cannot rely solely on public resources for deploying these projects, and need to find ways to access private […]

Targeted Topics Forum: Financing NAP Processes

Mexico City, Mexico | June 20-22, 2017

The NAP Global Network and Mexico’s National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change (INECC) co-hosted a Targeted Topics Forum (TTF) on “Financing National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Processes: Options for Implementation.” The TTF was attended by over 30 participants representing nine developing countries from our second cohort, as well as representatives of bilateral donors and other […]

Targeted Topics Forum: Monitoring and Evaluation in the NAP Process

Lilongwe, Malawi | Feb 7-9, 2017

We held a Targeted Topics Forum (TTF) on the theme of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process in Lilongwe, Malawi from February 7-9, 2017 This TTF was attended by approximately 40 participants representing 9 developing countries who have met twice before at previous TTFs, as well as representatives of bilateral donors […]

Malawi hosts international forum on adapting to climate change

Listen to radio coverage on Zodiak Malawi: LILONGWE, FEB 12, 2016—Representatives from 12 countries meet in Lilongwe this week to discuss strategies to adapt to the impacts of climate change. The forum will focus on best practices related to measuring the success of National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes. Countries from many regions are represented at […]