This paper explores methodological approaches that can be used to monitor and evaluate climate change adaptation initiatives at the projects and programme levels.

Governments, businesses, and citizens in South Asia all need access to good information to make decisions in a changing climate.

This report introduces the National Adaptive Capacity (NAC) framework, a tool to help governments bring institutional capacity development into their adaptation planning processes. The NAC framework enables its users to systematically assess institutional strengths and weaknesses that may help or hinder adaptation.

Effective climate adaptation requires an enabling environment

This paper seeks to provide some answers, and to lay out the
state of play in the fledgling field of climate adaptation finance. It provides a conceptual model for the relationship
between adaptation and development. It reviews estimates
of adaptation costs and the funding chasm with existing
sources of adaptation finance. It also assesses existing and