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Building institutional capacity for enhancing resilience to climate change: An operational framework and insights from practice

Source(s):  Action on Climate Today (ACT)
Oxford Policy Management (OPM)

This paper focuses on the challenge of strengthening institutions’ capacity to understand and address the impacts of climate change on development. It offers insights from practical experience from the Action on Climate Today (ACT) programme and introduces a framework for building capabilities that can inform initiatives seeking to enhance adaptation across different contexts.

The paper introduces a framework for strengthening institutional climate capabilities to guide those designing, planning and delivering other programmes and initiatives. This framework offers a comprehensive approach to thinking through how to engage individuals, organisations and the wider systems that create incentives – the processes, resources, norms and values of institutions. The framework was derived from  ACT’s most successful experiences in building institutional capacity and informed by wider literature on governance, climate change and organisational development. 



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  • Building institutional capacity for enhancing resilience to climate change: An operational framework and insights from practice
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Shakya, Clare; Cooke, Katherine; Gupta, Naman; Bull, Zac; Greene, Sam
  • Number of pages 44 p.

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