Adapt’Action: Working Together to Tackle Climate Change, assisting the most vulnerable countries with their climate change mitigation/adaptation policies
– “Climate” capacity building and governance for the understanding, implementation and supervision of the NDCs;
– Capacity building to national authorities on Paris Agreement implementation;
– Enhance understanding and governance about the Paris Agreement and its implementation.
Capacity building activities to staff of Turkish institutions involved in climate negotiations
– Training Turkish institutions on the climate negotiations and Paris Agreement implementation
– Enhance the capacity of Institutions of Turkey’s staff and other related stakeholders about the Paris Agreement and its implementation
Support to the Indian Ocean Commission and its Member States on climate negotiations and on the preparation for COP23
– Support to developing internal capacity and knowledge in the area of climate change negotiations, particularly in the context of the 23rd Conference of the Parties (COP23) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in the IOC and its Member States and Zanzibar (Tanzania)
– Technical assistance to IOC member countries in the participation to COP23 and shaping of the climate regime based on the Paris Agreement
Integration of climatic variability and change into national strategies to implement the protocol in the Mediterranean (ClimVar & ICZM project) – Strengthening the Knowledge Base on Regional Climate Variability and Change
Main project objectives:
– Providing a regional and sub-regional overview of vulnerable key socio-economic sectors;
– Exploring relevant options of adaptation for coastal zones in the region;
– Taking stock of existing relevant tools and methodologies at regional, sub-regional and local level to evaluate vulnerability and risk to the impacts of climate variability and change;
– Developing an integrated methodology for the regional, sub-regional and local vulnerability and risk assessment of physical and socio-economic impacts of climate variability and change;
Madagascar INDC – Support to the Malagasy government for the elaboration of its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) to the UNFCCC
Provide technical assistance to Madagascar in the preparation of its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) to COP21, in particular covering the following aspects:
– Diagnosis of the existing and possible mitigation efforts and adaptation: current status of mitigation and adaptation policies in Madagascar and means used, analysis of available data, clarification of the possible orientations;
– Support for the development of GHG emission reduction scenarios and adaptation to climate change, and assessment of their potential impact;
– Drafting and finalizing the INDC of Madagascar, incorporating the inputs resulting from national consultations and reflecting the realities in the context of the fight against climate change in Madagascar;
RENA Resilience School
Train more aware citizens and administrators to design the cities of today and tomorrow. A residential learning experience designed for people who want to take care of the contexts in which they live, from their communities. A group of selected students (maximum 30), four days together, a unique location in its kind, a multidisciplinary faculty, and an experience of community.
What are the “fundamental” for the resilience theory that can be reflected in environmental policies, regional and urban planning to help control global change? And, more importantly, what the fundamentals that constitute a credible and reasonable framework conditions – general and specific – of the urban settlement resilience?
IOC II – ISLANDS Support to the Indian Ocean Commission and its Member States on climate negotiations and on the preparation for COP21
Support to negotiation in the run-up to the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Covering the gap identified by IOC I and real time support at climate negotiations.
The overarching aim of this project is to further strengthen …
IOC I – ISLANDS Support to the Indian Ocean Commission and its Member States on climate finance and negotiations under the UNFCCC
– The ultimate objective of the project is to understand the main challenges of the UNFCCC process, promote exchange of views among the IOC, countries of the AIMS group and the AOSIS on the main issues and positions in the negotiations with a view to ultimately strengthen a common position and build consensus on the critical elements of the 2015 agreement;