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Joining forces: PLACARD CCA & DRR

Source(s):  PLAtform for Climate Adaptation and Risk reDuction (PLACARD)

Integration, cooperation and collaboration between actors and organisations working on CCA and DRR is crucial in order to link the Paris Agreement, 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sendai Framework. A recent workshop held by PLACARD’s (PLAtform for Climate Adaptation and Risk reDuction) aimed to support and boost these institutional strengthening efforts.

The workshop results – Vision 2030 and the way forward – will be used to support integration and mainstreaming of CCA & DRR into policy, institutional arrangements and practice.

Workshop results in a nutshell

Reaching the vision 2030 of a good integration of CCA and DRR in the short-, mid- and long-term:

  • Enhancing coherence between CCA & DRR brings benefits
  • Climate Risk Management (CRM) plays a significant role in bringing CCA & DRR together
  • Shared risk governance is a critical part of successful cooperation and collaboration, coherence and integration
  • A project or consortium can actively connect organisations, institutions, and CCA and DRR actors
  • Citizens and local knowledge play an important role in participatory governance formats
  • Roles and responsibilities of communities and citizens must be well represented in CRM
  • Platforms, portals and hubs are vital for sharing knowledge, showcasing good practices, and visibility
  • Developing shared or common indicators for monitoring, reporting and evaluation (MRE) is an opportunity to collect useful loss data
  • National Risk Assessments must better reflect climate change impacts and trends in their revision cycles
  • DRR strategies need to take CCA into account
  • Critical national / EU infrastructure must be resilient to long-term trends in climate-related risks.

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  • Publication date 24 Oct 2017

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