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This paper contributes to research on building climate risks resilience through early warning systems to identify hidden trends and emerging technologies that can support practitioners in the design of EWS. This review aims to contribute toward benefiting climate-sensitive sectors and helping managers with climate risk adaptation strategies.

This report examines the risk of climate-related impact on nature-based value chains in four arid and semi-arid counties in Kenya, where the intersection of climate-related hazard and vulnerability of pastoral communities and natural systems necessitates a shift from resilience to adaptation.

This report was written to catalyse change across the climate adaptation, disaster risk management, and humanitarian sectors to focus on the most vulnerable and excluded, who are least responsible, but most affected by the climate crisis.

This report assesses the current literature on how risks and impacts from climate change will affect physical infrastructure important for global trade.

As the world rapidly urbanises, the imperative to forge resilient cities capable of withstanding the formidable challenges posed by climate change has never been more urgent.

The report addresses the challenges of delivering adaptation financing for developing countries, both from the supply and demand side. While the existing narrative around improving adaptation finance in developing countries focuses on supply side issues, this paper argues that addressing demand side challenges is equally necessary.

The Central Government, in collaboration with the Bureau, has introduced amendments to the Carbon Credit Trading Scheme, 2023, as outlined in the Energy Conservation Act, 2001.

This publication assesses the migration and forest interface. It describes why migration outcomes in forest landscapes matter, what drives them, how they can be shaped, and who can do what to optimize those outcomes. It draws qualified conclusions about the benefits of a positive approach to managing the complexity of forest-linked migration.

An analysis of climate finance flows in Ghana shows that an annual average of USD 830 million was tracked in 2019 and 2020. This is a meagre 5-9% of its required investment — estimated between USD 9.3-15.5 billion — highlighting the pressing need to bolster climate finance to achieve Ghana’s NDCs (UNFCCC, 2021).

Climate-induced disasters are causing increasingly frequent and intense economic damages, disproportionally affecting emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs) relative to advanced economies (AEs). However, the impact of various types of climate shocks on output growth and fiscal positions of EMDEs is not fully understood.