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Framing and tracking 21st century climate adaptation : Monitoring, evaluation and learning for Paris, the SDGs and beyond

Source(s):  International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

Climate adaptation monitoring, evaluation and learning systems, or CAMELS, can help to frame and inform countries’ adaptation planning, design, implementation, monitoring, evaluation and learning, and support reporting at the global level. We have created a framework for developing CAMELS based on the adaptation principles embodied in Article 7 of the Paris Agreement, viewed through the lens of relevance, quality, effectiveness and adequacy.

The approach used ensures that adaptation addresses the potential magnitude of warming, and that adaptation actions are linked to specific risks, impacts and needs. It also ensures that adaptation is inclusive and transparent, is based on sound data and methods, and actively supports development needs, priorities and goals



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  • Framing and tracking 21st century climate adaptation : Monitoring, evaluation and learning for Paris, the SDGs and beyond
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Brooks, Nick; Anderson, Simon; Aragon, Illari; et al.
  • Number of pages 60 p.

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