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|| The Role of the NAP Process in Translating NDC Adaptation Goals into Action
|| Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
|| Richard Smithers, Katherine Shabb, Emelia Holdaway, Navina Sanchez Ibrahim, Nikola Rass, Julia Olivier
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|| October 2017
|| This study was published by GIZ’s Climate Policy Support Programme and Ricardo Energy and Environment on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
The study investigates benefits, opportunities and challenges of using the NAP process for the implementation of NDC adaptation goals. Moreover, it addresses how the NAP process can inform future iterations of the NDCs. Based on this analysis, options for implementing and developing NDC adaptation goals through the NAP process are provided. A practical tool illustrates these options with guiding questions for countries that are considering how to proceed with linking implementation and development of NDC adaptation goals with the NAP process. The study concludes with key messages for policy-makers.
An overview of the conclusions and key messages of the study can also be found in the most recent Climate Change Policy Brief. This policy brief is available in English, French, Spanish and Arabic (forth).
You can find more information about this issue and related topics here: http://www.adaptationcommunity.net/.
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