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- DocumentDeutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, 2013Tropical coastal areas are highly vulnerable to climate change. Coastal ecosystems can support the adaptation of both human and natural systems but only if they are sustainably managed. The conservation, restoration or sustainable management of ecosystems to provide ecosystem services that help people adapt to climate change is known as ‘ecosystem-based adaptation’ (EbA).Document
Local actions: solutions to global challenges - initiatives of indigenous peoples in climate change adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction based on traditional knowledgeAsia Indigenous Peoples Pact, 2016While governments around the world continue to debate about policies and practices to address climate change solutions, they pay little attention to the situation of indigenous peoples who are among those most affected by climate change on the ground.Document
Economic analysis of climate change adaptation strategies in selected coastal areas in Indonesia, Philippines and VietnamThe WorldFish Center, 2013With many Southeast Asian countries dependent on marine ecosystems for food security and livelihoods, particularly in coastal communities, they are at significant risk to the impacts of climate change. This cross-country analysis by WorldFish seeks to better understand the risks associated with climate change and assess the various adaptation and policy options available.DocumentAsian Disaster Preparedness Center, 2013The Asian Disaster Preparedness Network have produced this guidebook to serve as a reference for integrating disaster risk management (DRM) into climate change adaptation (CCA), and to promote the adoption of a risk management approach to climate-sensitive decision-making. It guides the reader on how to contribute to CCA by improving the management of climate extremes.Document
Climate change adaptation for coral triangle communities: a guide for vulnerability assessment and local early action planning (LEAP guide)2013This comprehensive set of scientific and social instruments helps local governments and communities to assess their vulnerability to climate change and form their own climate change adaptation plans to address local conditions.DocumentWorld Resources Institute, Washington DC, 2012This report analyses the threats to coral reefs of the Coral Triangle, including overfishing and destructive fishing, coastal development, pollution from land and sea, and climate change related threats such as ocean warming and acidification.DocumentUnited Nations Children's Fund, 2011In 2011, UNICEF commissioned field research in Indonesia, Kiribati, Mongolia, Philippines and Vanuatu to determine if there were noticeable patterns and trends of climate change and disaster impacts on children.