Evaluación de los Flujos Financieros y de Inversión para la Adaptación al Cambio Climático en el Perú. Informe Final, Sector Pesca.

The assessment of investment and financial flows (I&FF) is a component of the UNDP global project Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change. Peru is one of the 20 countries participating in the project worldwide. The project is funded by the governments of Norway, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, UNDP and the United Nations Foundation.

Evaluación de los Flujos Financieros y de Inversión para la Adaptación al Cambio Climático en el Perú. Informe Final, Agua y Saneamiento.

The assessment of investment and financial flows (I&FF) is a component of the UNDP global project Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change. Peru is one of the 20 countries participating in the project worldwide. The project is funded by the governments of Norway, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, UNDP and the United Nations Foundation.

Climate Change in Uruguay: Estimated Investment Needs.

The assessment of investment and financial flows (I&FF) is a component of the UNDP global project Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change. Uruguay is one of the 20 countries participating in the project worldwide. The project is funded by the governments of Norway, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, UNDP and the United Nations Foundation.

Evaluacion de los flujos de inversion y financieros necesarios para hacer frente al cambio climática en el sector agropecuario/forestal. Resumen Ejecutivo. Uruguay.

The assessment of investment and financial flows (I&FF) is a component of the UNDP global project Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change. Uruguay is one of the 20 countries participating in the project worldwide. The project is funded by the governments of Norway, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, UNDP and the United Nations Foundation.

Evaluacion de los flujos de inversion y financieros necesarios para hacer frente al cambio climática en el sector agropecuario/forestal. Uruguay, Informe Final.

The assessment of investment and financial flows (I&FF) is a component of the UNDP global project Capacity Development for Policy Makers to Address Climate Change. Uruguay is one of the 20 countries participating in the project worldwide. The project is funded by the governments of Norway, Switzerland, Spain, Finland, UNDP and the United Nations Foundation.

World Development Report 2009: Reshaping Economic Geography

Growing cities, ever more mobile people, and increasingly specialized products are integral to development. These changes have been most noticeable in North America, Western Europe, and Northeast Asia. But countries in East and South Asia and Eastern Europe are now experiencing changes that are similar in their scope and speed. World Development Report 2009: Reshaping Economic Geography concludes that such transformations will remain essential for economic success in other parts of the developing world and should be encouraged.

The report aims to address the following questions: • What risks and opportunities does climate change present for MEB? • What are the most significant risks for MEB? • How could MEB manage climate change risks in the most economically optimal way, taking account of environmental and social objectives? • How could climate-related opportunities be developed and exploited? • Where could MEB work in collaboration with other stakeholders to manage climate risks? • What tools and techniques for climate risk assessment and management can be applied to understand these issues?

Climate Change and Agriculture: Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation

The report refers to impacts of climate changes on agriculture, mitigation of greenhouse gases and adaptation responses.

Simplified guidelines for Social Cost-Benefit Analysis of Climate Change adaptation projects on a local scale

This guidance intends to build the capacity of local governments and NGOs to undertake such analyses, by presenting a simplified evaluative framework. It focuses primarily on climate change adaptation interventions, but can also be useful for appraising and evaluating development projects more broadly (e.g. health interventions, education programmes, etc.). This guidance follows a case-study approach whereby we present elements of our recent application of CBA to community-based adaptation in Niger in order to illustrate the process step-by-step.

A Summary of Climate Change Impact Assessments from the U.S. Country Studies Program.

Forty-nine countries participating in the U.S. Country Studies Program (USCSP) assessed climate change impacts in one or more of eight sectors: coastal resources, agriculture, grasslands/livestock, water resources, forests, fisheries, wildlife, and health. The studies were generally limited to analysis of first order biophysical effects, e.g., coastal inundation, crop yield, and runoff changes. There were some limited studies of adaptation. We review and synthesize the results of the impact assessments conducted under the USCSP.

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