This training is based on the OECD Policy Guidance “Integrating Climate Change Adaptation into Development Co-operation”, published in May 2009.
Ten training modules introduce the key steps for climate change adaptation. Working with the case of the fictitious state of Zanadu, participants simulate the process of addressing climate adaptation in their decision making.
The training package is open to public use for non-commercial purposes. It consists of the following material:
Slides in PDF Format:
|01: Introduction: The training||English||French||Spanish|
|02: Introduction: Zanadu country description||English||French||Spanish|
|03: Introduction: Climate change and climate change adaptation||English||French||Spanish|
|04: Module 1: Apply a climate lens||English||French||Spanish|
|05: Module 2: Communicate climate information||English||French||Spanish|
|06: Module 2: Interpret climate data: introduction to case work||French||Spanish|
|07: Module 2: Interpret climate data||French|
|08: Module 3: Four-step approach (1): Assess vulnerability||English||French||Spanish|
|09: Module 4: Four-step approach (2): Identify adaptation options||French||Spanish|
|10: Module 5: Four-step approach (3): Select adaptation measures||French||Spanish|
|11: Module 6: Four-step approach (4): Develop an M+E framework||French|
|12: Module 7: Develop institutional capacity for adaptation||French||
|13: Module 8: Local climate stresses, vulnerability, and resilience||French|
|14: Module 9: Take action at local level and beyond||French||Spanish|
|15: Module 10: Integrate adaptation into the project cycle||French|
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This training package was funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and developed by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH in co-ordination with OECD and a broad range of reviewers from development agencies, NGOs and research institutions from around the world.