Take a deep dive into dive into African Union (AU) policies and programmes and those of four regional economic communities (RECs) in this report by the Adaptation Without Borders partnership. Learn about the political economy of transboundary climate risks and their management within existing continental and REC climate, economic, trade, infrastructure and people-centred policies and programmes.
Explore how we can move from prototype to fully operational (and widely deployed) guidance on mainstreaming TCARs within policy and practice in this concept note. It sets out several key considerations for developing credible and salient guidance on TCAR risk management in support of NAPs, regional adaptation planning and other climate policy planning processes.
Discover new evidence on ten transboundary climate risks of global importance that affect critical sectors and regions: from water resources in high mountain environments, to fish stocks in the open ocean, industrial supply chains, and energy and global finance systems, as well as human health, livelihoods, mobility patterns, and physical and mental well-being.
Learn about the scientific feasibility and policy relevance of assessing transboundary climate risks through this short blog post. Discover important areas for future research to advance the incorporation of cascading climate risks and impacts into adaptation responses.
Ariadna Anisimov is a research fellow at IDDRI working on adaptation to climate change. Her work focuses on exploring trajectories of vulnerability, the effectiveness of adaptation options, and the governance arrangements for integrating climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction. Ariadna will defend her PhD in disaster risk management (l'Ecole Polytechnique) in October 2020. She holds an LLM and MSc in Comparative Law and Economics (University College of Turin). Previously, she worked at the OECD on the governance of critical risks.