RESEARCH & EVIDENCE

Research and evidence

Robust and relevant evidence is key to driving policy change. The Adaptation Without Borders Initiative brings together key research and analysis on transboundary climate risk to deepen the available knowledge base for stakeholders and practitioners.

From The Partnership

Wilton Park dialogue on Transboundary Climate Risks
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The Wilton Park Agenda on Adapting to Transboundary Climate Risk

On 13–15 March 2019, 40 stakeholders from 19 countries discussed the emerging topic of transboundary climate risk.  

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Adaptation without Borders
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Global adaptation governance: An emerging but contested domain

This review article asks: to what extent does global governance of climate change adaptation exist?

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Global index of exposure to transnational climate impacts
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Quantifying transnational climate impact exposure: new perspectives on the global distribution of climate risk

This research develops a global index of exposure to transnational climate impacts.

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Adaptation without borders
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Governing borderless climate risks: moving beyond the territorial framing of adaptation

This article looks at the paradoxes, challenges and opportunities in trying to govern often borderless climate risks through national or local adaptation policy.

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Credit: NASA image by Robert Simmon and Jesse Allen, based on Landsat 5 data from the USGS Global Visualization Viewer.
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Meeting the global challenge of adaptation by addressing transboundary climate risk

This brief from SEI, IDDRI and ODI finds that a transboundary view of climate risk creates opportunities for international cooperation on adaptation.

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Other Articles of Interest

indirect impact pathways
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National Adaptation Plans and the indirect impacts of climate change

This brief supports countries to take stock of the “indirect impacts” of climate change and to address them in their National Adaptation Plan.

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