OECD Climate Change

OECD Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation

The OECD established its Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation (TFCCA) in 2019. It brings together policy makers and adaptation experts from over 70 countries and organisations to promote concrete solutions and accelerate policy action on climate adaptation.

Aims of the Task Force

The OECD Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation provides a platform to discuss and: 

  • exchange experiences, best practices and the latest research on climate change adaptation and resilience;

  • provide guidance on OECD work priorities;

  • develop and share policy analysis and practical guidance that can inspire and support countries’ implementation of national adaptation policies.

Recent meeting

Fourth meeting of the OECD Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation, 7-8 March 2022

The 4th Meeting of the Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation (TFCCA) facilitated the sharing of updates on recent national and international adaptation developments among delegates. This included a focus on the outcomes and future implications of the COP26. The meeting also updated members on key ongoing project developments with a view to seek members’ guidance and orientations for future work. In light of the development of the new Programme of Work and Budget 2023-2024, members were able to share views and priorities on new potential adaptation priorities. Finally, an update was shared and a discussion organised on the future of the TFCCA, in which the Secretariat reported back on recent deliberations and feedback received from WPCID Delegates. 

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