This book aims to address the gap between interrelated policy agendas that have the potential to identify and reduce systematic risks, promote sustainable development and significantly affect the future of humanity.

This book aims to address the gap between interrelated policy agendas that have the potential to identify and reduce systematic risks, promote sustainable development and significantly affect the future of humanity.

The 2021 edition of Climate Policy Initiative’s Global Landscape of Climate Finance provides the most comprehensive overview of global climate-related primary investment. Total climate finance has steadily increased over the last decade, reaching USD 632 billion in 2019/2020, but flows have slowed in the last few years.

While some countries in the Asia-Pacific region are adapting to climate change, countries with special needs (CSNs) with less resources and capacities face significant challenges implementing adaptation projects. Yet, CSNs are particularly vulnerable to climate change impacts, and most in need of adaptation interventions.

Sustainable tourism plays a key role in boosting livelihoods, poverty alleviation, and environmental conservation in mountainous areas, according to a new report by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and UNWTO.

The COP26 climate summit in Glasgow saw important progress made on the Global Goal on Adaptation (GGA). However, there is much work still to be done to bring the GGA concept to life.

Humankind is facing a perfect storm of climate change, biodiversity loss, and multiple forms of malnutrition.

Combining longitudinal conventional macroeconomic data with various climate-related variables, we examine macro-dynamics of income, employment, and distribution within the climate change framework by using the Global Policy Model of the United Nations.

This report synthesises the main messages from the Resilience Hub and aims to help set the direction for future action towards COP27 and beyond.

This Atlas is composed of Hazards—Volume I and Exposures, Vulnerabilities, and Risks—Volume II containing spatial information and thematic maps for assessing development in the agriculture and water sectors.

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