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    Addressing forestry and agroforestry in National Adaptation Plans
    Supplementary guidelines
    2020
    The 'Addressing forestry and agroforestry in National Adaptation Plans: Supplementary guidelines' provide specific guidance for national adaptation planning in the forestry sector. They are intended to be used by national planners and decision–makers working on climate change issues in developing countries and authorities and experts who are contributing to climate change adaptation and NAP formulation and implementation.
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    Addressing fisheries and aquaculture in National Adaptation Plans
    Supplement to the UNFCCC NAP Technical Guidelines
    2020
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    The Addressing Fisheries and Aquaculture in National Adaptation Plans Supplement provides technical guidance on the integration of fisheries and aquaculture in the formulation and implementation of National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) and complements FAO’s Addressing agriculture, forestry and fisheries in National Adaptation Plans – Supplementary guidelines (referred to as NAP-Ag Guidelines, FAO 2017a). It aims to draw the attention of policy makers and government officers responsible for NAP planning and processes generally, as well as fisheries and aquaculture officers at country level, specifically. It collates and analyses relevant information from fisheries and aquaculture to support the sector’s ability to take part in national climate change adaptation planning processes.
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    Supporting Developing Countries to Integrate their Agricultural Sectors into National Adaptation Plans - UNFA/GLO/616/UND 2021
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    The project successfully fostered climate change adaptation informed planning and budgeting in the agriculture sectors in the 11 target countries. This was achieved by strengthening the capacities of around 5 200 national and sectoral decision makers, representing over 120 institutions across the target countries, in identifying and appraising adaptation options, using tools such as multicriteria assessment, Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA), impact evaluation, and vulnerability and risk assessment, to facilitate evidence based decision making in their National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) process. Strategic capacities to advance adaptation planning and implementation were also reinforced, including on gender mainstreaming, climate finance, mobilization, and monitoring and evaluation of adaptation. In this context, a significant number of guidance materials were developed for policy makers and practitioners, related to different aspects of adaptation planning in agriculture. The project also helped countries to create collaborations with ongoing projects, and unlock innovative sources of climate finance that could support adaptation in their agriculture sectors. In addition, many partnerships and alliances were built with global research organizations, regional expert centres, national universities and civil society organizations.

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