Africa’s Adaptation Gap 2: Bridging the gap – mobilising sources

Africa’s Adaptation Gap 2: Bridging the gap – mobilising sources : technical report. United Nations Environment Programme  (UNEP) ; Climate Analytics ; African Climate Finance, 2015, 67 p.

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Abstract (© UNEP)  :

Climate change represents a clear and present danger to the development prospects of Africa. African countries are going to have to adapt to protect their peoples from the harsh impacts of climate change and to ensure that they are not derailed from their current development pathways. Developed country Parties to the Climate Convention committed to “assist the developing country Parties that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change in meeting costs of adaptation to those adverse effects.” (UNFCCC Articles 4.3 and 4.4) The first edition of Africa’s Adaptation Gap Technical report (AAGr1) in 2013 provided an overview of the most relevant impacts of climate change in different sectors across Africa, as well as cost estimates for adaptation. This report (2015 AAGr2) is directed towards exploring the extent to which African countries can contribute to closing the adaptation gap, in order to better understand the gap in the resources that will be needed and, thereby, the likely extent to which international climate finance must be urgently raised, leveraged and deployed in service of Africa’s pressing adaptation needs.

–> A ce propos :

Afrique : les coûts de l’adaptation au changement climatique devraient augmenter, Actualités news environnement, 5/03/2015 http://www.actualites-news-environnement.com/33841-Afrique-couts-adaptation-changement-climatique-devraient-augmenter.html

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