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The Importance of Local and Institutional Issues. by Ian Christoplos. The Human Dimension of Climate Adaptation. Focus on human dimensions. Concern about global focus on macro level Synthesis paper to provide a framework for analysis Focus on local capacities

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the importance of local and institutional issues

The Importance of Local and Institutional Issues

by Ian Christoplos

The Human Dimension of Climate Adaptation

focus on human dimensions
Focus on human dimensions

Concern about global focus on macro level

Synthesis paper to provide a framework for analysis

Focus on local capacities

Cognisant of the structural factors that frame adaptive capacities and strategies

adaptive capacity
Adaptive Capacity

Individuals, households & businesses rely on

Markets

Ecosystems

Social protection

Support depends on functional interfaces

More attention needed at meso level

capacity development
Capacity development

What is known rather than what ‘must be done’

Overcoming powerlessness rather than ‘more training’

Information central, but requires integration with structures for market information, governance, etc.

Decentralisation is changing the rules of the game

doing things that people want
Doing things that people want

Demand must reflect local perceptions of a range of risks

Measures based on how people manage risks

Monitoring and evaluation need to reflect what people, businesses and local government want (ownership)

Invest in facilitating demand from those affected by climate change

Engage elected local and national politicians

doing more of the same
Doing more of the same

Don’t reinvent the wheel, but get a bigger one

Harmonize CCA with ongoing DRR

Invest in local government capacities in key areas

Link UNFCCC and food crisis initiatives with a risk focus

Support risk aware market integration

Long-term commitments to developing NRM capacities

Reflect the tenets of the Paris Declaration

doing things differently
Doing things differently

DRR must become part of local governance support

“Do no harm” to autonomous adaptation

Flexibility and learning regarding how local actors adapt

More risk aware agricultural services

Align social protection with risk transfer mechanisms

Rethink M&E and EIA to better emphasize risks, uncertainty and surprises

for more
For more
  • www.ccdcommission.org
  • info@ccdcommission.org