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The UNFCCC Adaptation Committee: Building Coherence to Address Adaptation Gaps Adaptation Knowledge Day V Presentation by Klaus Radunsky and Fred Kossam. Bonn, Germany 09 June 2014. AC@unfccc.int. What is the Adaptation Committee? . 2. Activities of the Adaptation Committee.

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The UNFCCC Adaptation Committee: Building Coherence to Address Adaptation GapsAdaptation Knowledge Day VPresentation by Klaus Radunsky and Fred Kossam

Bonn, Germany

09 June 2014

AC@unfccc.int

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activities of the adaptation committee
Activities of the Adaptation Committee

W o r k s t r e a m s

C o h e r e n c eMapping – Reducing duplication – Addressing gaps – Promoting synergies Recommendations and guidance to COP

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focus on adaptation committee work with un agencies and regional centres
Focus on Adaptation Committee work with UN agencies and Regional Centres

Work so far

  • Mappingof supportfromUN agencies and regional institutions supporting adaptation in developing countries
    • Submissions and technical information paper on “Roles of regional institutions and United Nations agencies in supporting enhanced adaptation actions in developing countries”
    • On-line list of regional centres and networks working on adaptation <unfccc.int/8199>
  • AC ad hoc group on technical support to build on that mapping exercise to identify gaps, needs and opportunities for strengthening support for adaptation in developing countries
  • Special event Friday 6th June “Promoting synergy and strengthening engagement with national, regional and international organizations, centres and networks”
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Some findings from mapping and analysis of supportfromUN agencies and regional institutions on adaptation
  • 153 organizations contacted, 37% responded
  • Organizations are working in: Africa 72%; Asia 68%, Americas 57%, Oceania 43%, Europe 32%, as well as LDCs 83% and SIDS 38%
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Some findings from mapping and analysis of supportfromUN agencies and regional institutions on adaptation
  • Main benefactors from organizations’ activities are national governments and communities.
  • Main participants are national governments.
  • 87% organizations are promoting capacity building for adaptation (at the individual level and/or the institutional level)
  • 17% organizations mentioned they were involved in some capacity with the NAPs
  • 42% organizations are supporting technology transfer
  • 26% organizations mentioned the use of M&E for assessing progress
  • 42% organizations specifically mentioned awareness of gender sensitivity in their adaptation activities.
examples of suggestions for the adaptation committee to address gaps at regional level
Examples of suggestions for the Adaptation Committee to address gaps at regional level

Relevant suggestions with regard to Adaptation gaps include:

  • Organizations could benefit from the AC, including specific recognition of expertise within these organizations, so as to better engage with policymakers under the Convention on gaps
  • Organizations are and can continue in establishing sub-regional networks of champions on adaptation and climate induced risk reduction
  • Regional centres can draw on their regional networks to enhance local implementation capacity
  • Centres can work in consortium with national and international partners who have common goals to address natural resource management, climate change research and technology transfers
focus on the ac work with un agencies and regional centres
Focus on the AC work with UN agencies and Regional Centres

Future work

All organisations wish to continue working with the AC

AC to continue to build coherence including identifying recommendations for strengthening the role of regional institutions and UN agencies

Specific activities include:

  • Report from special SB 40 in-session event
  • Analytical paper “Technical support for adaptation by regional institutions and UN agencies” (2014)
  • Thematic report on national adaptation planning (2014)
  • Workshops on:
    • Means of implementation of adaptation action (2015)
    • Promoting livelihoods and economic diversification (2015)
outlook
Outlook

AC in collaboration with UN agencies and regional institutions aims to build coherence towards

  • Providing coherent guidance and technical support
  • Supporting the achievement of sustainable and targeted adaptation action
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Thank you

AC@unfccc.int

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