Protecting Kune-Vaini Lagoon: Scaling up ecosystem-based adaptation in Albania’s oasis for migratory birds

The Kune-Vaini Lagoon System (KVLS) in northern Albania is an important ecological corridor for about 200 species of birds on their migration routes. Its rich ecosystems support local communities’ livelihoods, especially agriculture, fishing, and tourism. Because of climate change, this ecological wonder is under threat. But a project prioritized through the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process […]

Eswatini Outreach Programme: Strengthening Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge Systems to Enhance Resilience

Strengthening Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge Systems to Enhance Resilience View the story Menu Introduction Outreach Programme Public Awareness Stakeholder Mapping and Engagement  Traditional and Indigenous Knowledge  Case Studies Key Findings References Eswatini Outreach Programme Strengthening Adaptation and Traditional Knowledge Systems to Enhance Resilience By Samkele Tfwala, Sizwe Mabaso, Minky Groenewald and Khetsiwe Khumalo | Photos by […]

How COVID-19 Is Reinforcing the Need for Climate Adaptation in Vulnerable Countries

Insights from NAP Global Network Partner Countries View the story Menu Shared Priorities Current Setbacks Value of the NAP Process How COVID-19Is Reinforcing the Need for Climate Adaptation in Vulnerable Countries Insights from NAP Global NetworkPartner Countries “There is a call at the international and regional level to ensure we don’t forget climate change adaptation, […]

How COVID-19 Is Reinforcing the Need for Climate Adaptation in Vulnerable Countries

Insights from NAP Global Network Partner Countries

Both the impacts of—and recovery responses to—the COVID-19 pandemic can be linked to a country’s priorities for adapting to climate change. Recognizing this intersection, we reached out to our partner countries to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their plans to prepare for and adapt to the impacts of climate change, asking: Has […]