Discover the geographic distribution and drivers of financial aid for climate change adaptation in mountain environments in this Adaptation at Altitude synthesis brief. The brief provides recommendations on how to optimise future programmes and funding streams.
This report makes the case for why faith-based, humanitarian charities should be adjusting their work to ensure they are building long-term climate resilience, rather than only focusing on short-term, emergency responses.
To do so, it explains the basics of climate science for a non-expert audience, summarises the expected impacts of the climate crisis and the humanitarian imperative to address them, and explains how key Jewish values are being threatened by the climate crisis. It then sets out how World Jewish Relief is structuring its own work on resilience building, mitigation, adaptation and preparedness, to set an example for how their own organisation could begin to enter such a huge sphere of work.
Explore an overview of current practices and remaining challenges for coastal cities in defining and implementing adaptation strategies to sea level rise, proposed solutions, and leading practices developed across California, Oregon and Washington in the latest Ocean & Climate Platform report.
Discover stories of resilience, based on the sessions of the 2022 Gobeshona Conference on Locally Led Adaptation, and explore the difference between local action and locally led action, as well as effective ways of supporting local leadership in this report.
This article presents the key highlights and messages from the 16th International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation to Climate Change (CBA16) that took place on the 3rd and 4th of October, 2022.
Explore 21 global examples of approaches and mechanisms to advance locally led adaptation, which positions local actors as key decision-makers in climate adaptation. Learn about how these approaches can be successfully implemented in practice.