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In this section you will find a diverse range of EbA-related publications.

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12 Jan 2016
Building on a vulnerability and adaptation assessment of Lami Town, Fiji, this report presents a cost-benefit analysis of four adaptation scenarios, two of which are focused on...
15 Dec 2015
This publication is a legacy document of the Mountain EbA Programme, delivered through a partnership between the German Government, UNEP,  UNDP and IUCN, together with the...
11 Nov 2015
Ecosystem-based approaches for adaptation (EbA) integrate the use of biodiversity and ecosystem services into an overall strategy for helping people adapt to climate change. To...
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12 Oct 2015
This study aims to enhance understanding of direct financing models for EbA involving the private sector in the context of the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) and the critical...
23 Sep 2015
The concepts of resilience, adaptation and transformation are gaining prominence and being translated into aspirational goals that guide policy development. Understanding...
15 Sep 2015
The OECD, in collaboration with the Global Environment Facility, is pleased to announce the release of a Toolkit to Enhance Access to Adaptation Finance for Developing Countries...
9 Sep 2015
The high financial costs and institutional constraints of adapting to climate change necessitate joint planning with other development and environmental priorities, especially in...
12 Aug 2015
The Arab region sub-global assessment started in the latter stage of the MA as an associate assessment.  Assessments at sub-global scales are essential. Ecosystems are highly...
26 May 2015
Ecosystem services are the benefits people obtain from ecosystems. The concept of ecosystem services has received significant attention since the appearance of the Millennium...
25 May 2015
Climate change affects the productivity of agricultural ecosystems. Farmers cope with climate change based on their perceptions of changing climate patterns. Using a case study...
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