Progress towards net zero by 2050 must go hand in hand with a concerted focus on building the resilience of people, economies and ecosystems. The Paris Agreement recognises the importance of enhancing adaptation and fostering climate resilience, and that adaptation in developing countries will require support (financial, capacity and technological) from developed countries.
The OECD supports countries in their climate resilience efforts providing timely analysis and translating data and research into tailored guidance and recommendations to support policy action.
This project explores different approaches to reduce and manage losses and damages from climate change in the context of uncertainty.
Coastal communities are disproportionately impacted by climate change. Working with both developed and developing countries, the OECD aims to support government efforts to adapt to coastal risks while transitioning to a more sustainable ocean economy.
Nature-based solutions, such as wetland restoration, have come to the fore to help address the multiple threats posed by climate change. OECD work explores the enabling policy environment to facilitate their uptake.
This OECD flagship project aims to ensure that an effective response to climate change is at the heart of governments’ efforts to improve economic and societal resilience after COVID-19.
Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation
The OECD Task Force on Climate Change Adaptation (TFCCA) brings together over 70 countries and organisations to promote concrete solutions and accelerate policy action on climate adaptation. It provides policy makers with a platform to discuss and exchange experiences, best practices and the latest research on climate variability, adaptation and resilience.
The OECD supports governments of developing countries and providers of development co-operation with concrete tools and good practices to strengthen the resilience of human and natural systems to the impacts of climate change.