Integration of adaptation into policy processes requires a range of tools, methods and technologies at each step of the process.
Integration of adaptation into policy processes mainly involves the following steps.
- Identification of current risks and coping strategies
- Estimation of future climatic risks and impacts
- Using this estimation to review policies, programmes and projects to determine how they might be affected by climate change, how they will contribute to adaptive capacity, and whether modifications are desired
- Identification of reform measures
- Monitoring and evaluation
The tools used at each step of the integration process will vary depending on the scale, the sector, and the user.
A good example of integrating climate change vulnerability and adaptation into sustainable development policy planning and implementation is set in Eastern and Southern Africa.
With this, we have covered the concept of adaptation. Now, let us proceed to discuss the important concept of mitigation.
Community-based Adaptation to Climate Change, Sakai, Kenya
How can we integrate Climate change vulnerability...
How can we integrate Climate change vulnerability and adaptation into sustainable development policy planning and implementation?
You can watch a video on â€˜TheWaterChannelâ€™ where members of the Sakai community highlight the changes they have observed, the related problems, their activities on the adaptation project, preliminary and expected results, as well as key messages to the national and international community.
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