This study refines a robust methodological framework to assess adaptive capacity in the Bolivian water governance system. Under the framework, an exploration of how governance systems have managed and responded to past extreme events, and what manifestations of adaptive capacity have arisen, has allowed for the examination of whether governance practices have hindered or enabled adaptive capacity, emphasizing transformative processes. This assessment thereby provides the foundation to explore the potential of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) under the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) to address gaps, build adaptive capacity, and achieve transformative change in the Bolivian water sector.
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Organization: Climate Investment Funds, University of Geneva, IDB, University of Geneva
Topics: Energy, Environment, Finance, Industry, Land Use Management, Water, Adaptation, Chemicals and Waste, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Mitigation, Risk Reduction/Management, Technology
Type of material: Analytical-Technical Document
Publication date: 2020