Explore how we can move from prototype to fully operational (and widely deployed) guidance on mainstreaming TCARs within policy and practice in this concept note. It sets out several key considerations for developing credible and salient guidance on TCAR risk management in support of NAPs, regional adaptation planning and other climate policy planning processes.
Explore entry points for integrating transboundary climate risks in the global goal on adaptation framework in this Adaptation Without Borders discussion brief. The analysis considers a range of options, taking into account the stages of the adaptation cycle and themes to be covered by the framework.
Learn about how the National Adaptation Planning (NAP) process can play a role in addressing transboundary climate risks in this brief, targeting adaptation practitioners, policy-makers, and negotiators.
Explore proposed key actions towards realizing an ambition of the African Union Climate Change and Resilient Development Strategy and Action Plan (2022–2032) to “Enhance coordination between the Regional Economic Communities and Member States in addressing and managing transboundary and cascading climate risks” in this Adaptation Without Borders roadmap.
Learn about the barriers and enablers of enhanced regional cooperation on adaptation to manage the cascading impacts of climate change in this 8th APAN forum event. The event focused on mountainous regions, such as the Hindu Kush Himalaya, and how these regions can tackle cascading risks and scale up solutions.
Explore the cross-border risks faced by Nordic countries, the extent to which they are already recognised, and possible ways to respond to them in this report. The analysis draws on a literature review, an analysis of trade data, and interviews with stakeholders from national authorities, industry and research institutions.
Discover key messages and recommendations on transboundary climate risks, and the action required at global, regional and national levels in this policy brief.
This event will explore the implications of cross-border risks for adaptation planning at national, regional and global scales, calling for cross-country engagement and exchanges on adaptation to international climate risks.
Questioning the scientific feasibility and policy relevance of assessing transboundary climate risks
Learn about the scientific feasibility and policy relevance of assessing transboundary climate risks through this short blog post. Discover important areas for future research to advance the incorporation of cascading climate risks and impacts into adaptation responses.
This side event to the Bonn Climate Change Conference will be the opportunity to discuss what “ambition” on climate adaptation means in the face of systemic and cascading climate risks.