This policy brief highlights what needs to be done at different stages of the project life cycle to integrate gender and the resources that need to be in place to enable effective gender sensitive design and implementation, with illustrations from WISER and a number of different initiatives.
This policy brief highlights actions that funding partners could take to ensure that future climate services programmes result in improved, sustainable, impactful, equitable and locally owned services with positive impacts on partners and society.
The report ‘Investing for sustainable climate services: Insights from the African experience’ looks at the support provided to strengthen weather and climate information services in several African countries from 2016
When a crisis hits, community organisations can draw upon six social dimensions of resilience. This brief highlights learnings from how communities in the Global South responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This brief is based on the analysis of water policies, as well as the narratives of men and women involved in drinking water management practices.
This Learning Review is a part of the programmatic learning endeavour to take stock of the lessons emerging from FCFA’s collective experience that might inform future investments into research on climate and development.
This open access, online book reports on analysis by the ESPA Deltas project. The project used a model, the Delta Dynamic Integrated Emulator Model (ΔDIEM), to analyse the present and future of the vast Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna delta in a policy-relevant way in order to benefit ecosystems, livelihoods and people.
Drawing on data from 25 qualitative case studies across three hotspots in Africa and Asia, this paper shows how and in what ways women’s agency, or the ability to make meaningful choices and strategic decisions, contributes to adaptation responses.
This review, combining evidence-based learning from 15 projects across 13 countries, explores how climate resilience programmes and projects can be designed, established and managed to be resilient themselves in fragile and conflict-affected contexts.
This guide aims to make the findings of the IPCC's special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C accessible to practitioners and policy-makers working at global and regional scales. It provides an interpretation of the findings with a focus on the adaptation implications.
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