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Climate action pathway resilience and adaptation

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

By 2050 a world where vulnerable places, regions, states, communities and individuals can thrive in the face of multiple risks, uncertainty and change in a 1.5 oC world. Under this vision three broad impacts need to be achieved:

Resilient People and Communities. Capacity of the most vulnerable peoples and communities is built so they can adapt and be resilient to current, and future, climate shocks and stresses. This includes building the resilience of micro and small and medium enterprises, supported by large businesses across global value chains, so that frontline communities benefit.

Resilient Environment. Biodiversity protected and resilience of ecosystems is enhanced. This is paramount if the direction to take will lead to: secure sustainable development; decent jobs and livelihoods; protect value chains; build coastal resilience and infrastructure, and, sustain access to water and nutritious food.

Resilient Economies and Investment. Climate risk is mainstreamed into all public and private sector plans and investments including into agriculture, infrastructure, transport, water and energy systems to deliver sustainable and resilient economies. Where people most at risk are not left behind by getting money and benefits to where and when it matters – to local communities.

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  • Climate action pathway resilience and adaptation
  • Publication date 2019
  • Number of pages 6 p.

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