African policymakers, experts and practitioners at the frontline of adaptation have begun to consider the implications of transboundary and cascading climate risk.

This brief sets out the rationale for strengthening regional resilience to cascading climate risks in the HKH, illustrating the benefits that cooperation and collaboration can achieve.

This brief looks at how transboundary and cascading climate risks could impact different African regions, with a focus on East Africa, West Africa and Southern Africa. It then examines what roles national adaptation plans (NAPs) and regional adaptation plans can play in managing these risks.

Complex climate risks that are transboundary and cascading remain a blind spot in climate policy. This report draws on case studies to explore 10 transboundary climate risks of global importance. This report by Adaptation Without Borders rings the alarm bell on transboundary climate risks.