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Climate change impacts and adaptation for coastal transport infrastructure: a compilation of policies and practices

Source(s):  United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

The present compilation presents examples of legal, regulatory and policy approaches, as well as of reports, studies and guidance to support climate risk, vulnerability and impact assessment, and the development of effective adaptation response measures. By way of context, the document also provides a brief overview of climate change impacts on coastal transportation, and of recent trends and projections regarding some key climate drivers of relevance to coastal zones, as well as of approaches to risk assessment and adaptation. The included material has been selected and presented with a view to informing, guiding and inspiring policymakers, national authorities, transport infrastructure planners and managers, and other interested stakeholders in their efforts to advance climate change adaptation for coastal transport infrastructure and increase levels of preparedness.



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  • Climate change impacts and adaptation for coastal transport infrastructure: a compilation of policies and practices
  • Publication date 2019
  • Number of pages 84 p.

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