Risk dialogues and strategising

When climate risks have been assessed for multiple actors and sectors, these need to be coordinated and prioritizations worked out. This requires dialogue and collaboration between multiple sectors and with an important role of decision-makers

 

The various risks need to be weighed against each other and different alternative measures compared. This dialogue can as such contribute to long term planning goals linked to risk reduction and sustainable development. These dialogues can also contribute to bridging compartmentalisation.  

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Risk dialogues at national level
Risk dialogues at regional level 
Risk dialogues at local government level
Risk dialogues at community level

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Assess climate risk

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Financing

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Policies and regulations

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Innovation, evaluation, learning and behaviour change

Adaptation will be a collective effort, meaning that many people from various sectors and levels will have to collaborate. 

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Planning, implementation, and operation

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