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Conference Proceeding
Despite the region’s vulnerability to climate change, there is a serious lack of capacity in Asia for developing quality project proposals for climate change adaptation that can attract financing, which largely hinders implementation of Paris Agreement and the 2030 Development Agenda. Capacity building programmes are needed so that local...
Conference Proceeding
In accordance with the commitments pledged at Nairobi in 2005 (Nairobi Frame Work in 2006) and Copenhagen in 2009 to enhance distribution of CDM projects and capacity development at the regional and sub-regional levels, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), with co-funding from the...
Conference Proceeding
1st Training Needs Assessment Meeting
Climate change adaptation is also an issue of capacity building and capacity building of key stakeholders is of paramount importance for promoting climate change adaptation in some of the most vulnerable sectors and countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Awareness generation and capacity building of policy makers is the key since they are crucial to...
Conference Proceeding
Proceedings of International Symposium on Promoting Synergies Among Adaptation Networks in the Asia-Pacific Region
India is one of the highly drought prone countries in the world. Due to the monsoon system, the entire agriculture and related economic activities depend on a short window of rainy season. Available climate change projections indicate high probability for prolonged and frequent droughts for India. Drought monitoring is crucial to continuously plan...