Evaluating institutional responses to climate change in different contexts

Evaluating institutional responses to climate change in different contexts. International Institute for Environment and Development. Neha Rai, Erin Nash. December 2014.

Because climate change affects vulnerability, the way in which a country manages its climate risks is inextricably entwined with its ability to achieve development. This briefing explores the way in which the Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development (TAMD) framework uses simple techniques such as scorecards and baselines to help countries evaluate how well its institutions are managing climate risk at all levels, and how ready they are to address emerging risks. TAMD can be adapted and applied to different contexts and scales, to identify where countries need to target additional institutional support to help them achieve climate-resilient development. [Note: contains copyrighted material].

[PDF format, 4 pages, 560.85 KB].

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