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A compilation of good practices, tools and available data collection initiatives for the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation

Source(s):  United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

This compilation of 64 examples of good practices, tools and methods and data collection initiatives on the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation, builds on the inputs provided by 24 international organizations, NGOs, and universities around the world, including Nairobi work programme on impacts, vulnerability and adaptation to climate change (NWP) partner organizations.

All the entries that are part of this compilation, as well as additional relevant inputs contributed by Parties or organizations on a rolling basis, are available and easily searchable on the adaptation knowledge portal. This online knowledge-sharing and learning tool will contribute to widely disseminating the wealth of information contained in this compilation, so that local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices are better taken into account in the design and implementation of adaptation plans and actions. 



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  • A compilation of good practices, tools and available data collection initiatives for the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation
  • Publication date 2016
  • Number of pages 180 p.

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