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The PROVIA Guidance on Assessing Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation to Climate Change - Summary
United Nations Environment Programme

The PROVIA Guidance on Assessing Vulnerability, Impacts and Adaptation to Climate Change provides a framework for considering the full range of approaches to VIA assessment. It aims to help professionals such as researchers, policymakers, sectoral planners and consultants to select the appropriate methods and tools for their particular context and adaptation situation.


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2013
Reports and Books
UN-REDD National Programme Submission Form: Colombia
Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADS), Colombia

The Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADS) developed the REDD+ preparation document (R-PP) with the support of multiple institutions including civil society organizations, the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF), the UN-REDD Programme and other donors. Previously, in October 2011 Colombia formally presented its R-PP (version 5) to FCPF Participant Committee, which it approved its fund allocation request. Since then, the R-PP has been revised and updated using the harmonized FCPF UN-REDD, R-PP template resulting in version number 7.0 The document was available for public comments between April 19th and May 8th.


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2013
Reports and Books
Barbados - National Report for Third International Conference
Government of Barbados

In charting a path to Sustainable Development, the Government of Barbados designs and incorporates policies and programmes that take into account special defining characteristics of a Small Island Developing State that makes this country especially vulnerable to external shocks. These vulnerabilities include:i. Natural disastersii. Small domestic sizeiii. Limited resource baseiv. Narrowness of output and exportsv. Openness to tradevi. Remotenessvii. Dependence on the well being of other global economiesThe country is also faced with an ageing population and a population growth rate of almost zero, is characterised as a Net Food Importing Developing country and is experiencing a loss of competitiveness in the manufacturing and agricultural sectors.


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2013
Reports and Books
An Assessment of assessments: Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan: Air, climate change, biodiversity and wastes
Regional Environmental Center for Central Asia (CAREC)

This report summarizes national assessments of the state of play in the environmental reporting, application of indicators and statistics on biodiversity, air, climate change and waste in the selected EECCA countries.


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2013

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