Planning Meeting Presentations
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As a small island state in the Caribbean, Grenada is highly vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change. After laying the foundation for a response to climate change the Government of Grenada is now taking important steps to minimize climate risks through a systematic NAP process. This presentation explain’s Grenada’s case in building capacity for NAPs.
This presentation explains the concept of mainstreaming climate change adaptation and the core elements of the mainstreaming process, also highlighting the integration of climate change into planning and budgeting.
The presentation was made by Rohini Kohli, Lead Technical Specialist UNDP and Glenn Hodes, Climate Finance Expert, UNDP at the Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans Workshop, 5-7 April 2016, Rome, Italy.
The presentation provides an overview of mitigation in the AFOLU sector and the co-benefits between mitigation and adaptation, highlighting that Most of the agriculture practices and technologies allow for co-benefits in terms of food security and nutrition, incomes, adaptation, resilience, etc.
The presentation outlines the concept of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, highlighting the international processes and global agendas for both and rational for harnessing synergies between CCA and DRR.
The presentation was made by Selvaraju Ramasamy, Climate Change Adaptation and DRR Expert for FAO on Day 1 of the Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans Workshop, 5-7 April 2016, Rome, Italy.
The presentation gives an overview on the integration of forests and trees in NAPs, climate impacts on forests and possible response measures. Additionally, examples of how forests and trees contribute to resilience and adaptation in other agricultural sectors are also outlined.
Building resilience & reducing vulnerabilities to climate change in the fisheries and aquaculture sector
The presentation gives an overview of adaptation and mitigation in fisheries and aquaculture. It looks at:
- What is at stake?
- How can we respond?
- What are risks and vulnerabilities?
Examples of adaptation and mitigation in FI&AQ The presentation was made by Cassandra de Young, Fishery Policy Analyst, Fisheries and Aquaculture Department, FAO on Day 1 of the Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans Workshop, 5-7 April 2016, Rome, Italy.
The presentation gives an overview of adaptation capacity in livestock production. It looks at extreme drought events happening now and in the future and the direct and indirect impacts of climate change on livestock.
The presentation gives an overview on the FAO-UNDP "Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans" programme funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB).
The slides give an overview of adaptation and the implementation of National Adaptation Plans. These include a look at the adaptation milestones, recent developments at COP 21, the process of formulating a NAP, Guidelines and support for NAPs.
The slides give an overview of the elements and steps in the NAP process which builds on the NAPA (identifying projects for immediate and urgent implementation) and the NAP technical guidelines.