From Research to Capacity, Policy and Action: Enabling Adaptation to Climate Change for Poor Populations in Asia through Research, Capacity Building and Innovation

Posted On: 2008-08-01

Adaptation to climate change will involve changes that cut across human socioeconomic systems in ways that affect virtually all aspects of life. Any attempt to assess priorities, capabilities and research gaps on climate change and poverty reduction risks are becoming fragmentary or massive and without focus. The purpose of this report is to present the results from a strategic gap analysis to identify areas where a strategically targeted research and capacity building programme could support adaptation to climate change. Furthermore, this report focused on the underlying systemic factors that enable or constrain vulnerable people in vulnerable locations from adapting. 

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