This manual provides a comprehensive overview of population and climate change adaptation in the form of training materials. The target audiences are policymakers, practitioners and advocates who are seeking a practical, hands-on, understanding of the ways that population and climate change interact. Parts 1-5 introduce training participants to the multiple facets of population dynamics and climate change adaptation, and part 6 presents opportunities for integration through an examination of international and national policy dialogues, adaptation planning and programs, and planning in other sectors. Part 7 provides a comprehensive, annotated compilation of tools and resources that can serve as a detailed reference for policymakers, planners and practitioners seeking to better integrate data and analysis of population dynamics into climate change response strategies.
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Organization: UNFPA, Population Action International
Topics: Economic and Development Planning, Health, Adaptation, Mitigation, Population Dynamics, Governance – General, Policy Instruments, Capacity Development
Type of material: Guidance Document
Publication date: 2011