by Kathleen Mogelgaard, Ayesha Dinshaw, Namrata Ginoya, Marinangeles Gutiérrez, Parvathi Preethan and Jacob Waslander
Mainstreaming adaptation into development efforts has the potential to improve the resilience of development outcomes, contribute to the more efficient use of resources, and avoid investments that unintentionally lead to maladaptation.
by Rebecca Carter, Tyler Ferdinand and Christina Chan
Transformative adaptation for agriculture is defined in this working paper as intentional responses to climate impacts that significantly shift the locations of agricultural production systems, introduce substantially new production methods or technologies at scale, or otherwise fundamentally alter key aspects of agricultural systems.
A Menu of Solutions to Feed Nearly 10 Billion People by 2050
Integrating climate change adaptation into long-term planning is key to securing social and economic development, as the impacts of climate change are already affecting development outcomes.
This guide was developed for technical advisors to government officials, business people, investors, and others who need to draw on ecosystem assessments to inform decision-making. It assesses several types of ecosystem service modeling tool, discusses issues involved in modeling ecosystem services, and provides guidance on how to choose the right model to address a specific policy question.