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Understanding the challenges behind climate change adaptation

25 November 2015 - Foreword of the week

Meet Vivian Depoues – Program Manager of our Territories and Climate division – who will briefly explain the main ideas and challenges behind climate change adaptation

In two minutes, you will come to understand what adaptation is, what constitute adaptation actions and its importance in the context of the COP 21 framework.

Find out more about ClimasCOPe.

Read our publication on the actions of adaptation.

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  • 02/01/2021
    Can financial regulation accelerate the low-carbon transition?

    In recent years, financial regulators have encouraged financial actors to take account of “climate risks” in order to ensure both financial stability and the efficient functioning of markets, the two traditional objectives of regulation. This risk-based approach is an important first step, but will it be enough to deliver on climate objectives?

  • 10/31/2016
    Six lessons on carbon accounting for Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

    A stringent, but flexible, MRV system is pivotal to mitigating the risk of future carbon crediting mechanisms compromising the ambition of the Paris Agreement. Namely, demonstrating additionality of projects and setting stringent emissions reduction baselines serve as the main tools to safeguard environmental integrity of the mechanism, especially given the insufficient ambition of current NDCs […]

  • 09/27/2018
    Low-carbon investment 2011 – 2017

    The transition to a low-carbon economy implies significant investments in buildings, transport systems, vehicles, power plants, industry, agriculture. However scaling-up those investments to meet climate and energy objectives requires an improved knowledge base in investments and financial flows in those sectors, as well as policy assessment tools.   This is why I4CE has developed since 2013 a “Landscape of domestic climate […]

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