Scaling Up Good Adaptation Practices: Building Evidence for Better Adaptation Programming and Policy
Enhancing the climate resilience of vulnerable communities and the adaptive capacities of institutions in India to promote climate compatible development
Climate change will have devastating effects on India’s rural and urban poor, and assisting vulnerable populations to adapt to these changes will be critical. Adaptation is key to manage climate risks at the local level. Adaptation decisions require new information and analytic tools and how adaptation practices work best in a variety of contexts. Under this project, WRI India is working to establish an applied adaptation research program. The objective is to systematically capture lessons from on-the-ground adaptation experience and build practical tools and approaches to promote effective integration of adaptation into development initiatives across India. WRI’s proposition is to fill gaps in adaptation decisions by constructing a set of partnership activities that use research and outreach to bridge practical experience into new, improved policy and programming, at state and national levels in India.
WRI India Ross Center presents Unlock Bengaluru, a dialogue on sustainable development in the city. We will share learnings from our engagement in Bengaluru and other cities across the country and seek feedback on ideas to address equity, avoid unsustainable lock-ins and initiate transformative change. This event will take place on 8 July 2017.
For more information, you can follow #UnlockBLR on social media, or log on to wri-india.org. The agenda and background note will follow shortly.
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