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Introduction to STATA - Namrata Kala


The Third Regional Training Workshop (17-20 Sep 2014)

Analyzing the Economic Impacts of Climate Change

Logistics Note

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Hydro-Economic Model Webinar

A simple water model is developed to illustrate the importance of water allocation as an adaptation to climate change.  There are two users in this model: farmers and households. Households represent the demand by villagers, municipalities, and industry.  Empirical studies in Asia have shown that municipalities, households, and industry have more price inelastic (steeper) demand functions than farmers. This is captured in this model by the relatively steep demand given to households. 

Second Live Chat Session Summary Report - September 2013

This document is the Summary Report from the Second Live Chat Session on Preparation for the Upcoming Workshop. The Second Live Chat Session, held on 10 September 2013, with Professor Robert Mendelsohn and Ali Akram allowed members to discuss issues related to the Agriculture Survey and the upcoming workshop elements.

The LIVE CHAT discussion focused on the technical training days of the workshop agenda: Days 2-5.

UNDP (2012) Readiness for Climate Finance

This paper presents a framework for understanding what it means to be “ready” to plan for, access, deliver, and monitor climate finance in a transformative way at the national level. The aim is provide policy-makers with an overall lens through which readiness and preparatory activities offered by a range of international, regional, and national partners can be organised.

UNDP (2011) Blending Climate Finance Through National Climate Funds

An important tool that can help countries to make the most of climate finance is a National Climate Fund (NCF). An NCF is a country-driven mechanism that supports the collection, blending, coordination of, and accounting for climate finance at the national level. This guidebook presents a process for designing and establishing an NCF and provides a simple, robust and transparent method for meaningful stakeholder engagement. In this way, countries are better equipped to manage climate finance and achieve results.

UNDP (2011) Catalysing Climate Finance

This paper is a guidebook on policy and financing options to support green, low-emission and climate-resilient development.