This brief from SEI, IDDRI and ODI finds that a transboundary view of climate risk creates opportunities for international cooperation on adaptation. This brief asserts that the critical importance of adaptation is still under-valued in international negotiations.

This paper presents a framework for analysing countries’ exposure to transnational climate impacts – which occur in one country as a result of climate change in another place. It presents nine indicators, as well as a composite index.

Climate change exacerbates global food price volatility risks, but this is seldom recognized in national adaptation plans. This discussion brief examines the nature of this risk and offers ideas for how import-dependent countries might begin to address it. Many countries are highly dependent on food imports.

This report, the final output of SEI’s partnership with the 3C (Combat Climate Change) initiative, examines how business engagement with climate change has changed since 2007, including business attitudes towards climate science and policy and business-initiated mitigation and adaptation efforts.