A new toolkit has been released to support country efforts to engage the private sector in the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) processes. The toolkit, released by the NAP Global Network, is aimed at national governments and other practitioners who are engaged in developing and implementing NAPs. Featuring examples of best-practice from around the world, and a wide range of tools including several developed by Acclimatise, the toolkit acts as a guide to encourage the appropriate support of the private sector in facilitating countries’ NAPs.
The document “Toolkit for Engaging the Private Sector in National Adaptation Plans (NAPs)” is designed to accompany the UNFCCC Technical Guidelines for the NAP Process. It includes links to useful tools to engage the private sector, such as a research paper written by Acclimatise’s Virginie Fayolle and Caroline Fouvet, and others for DFID’s Action on Climate Today (ACT) programme. The paper, “Engaging the Private Sector in Financing Adaptation to Climate Change: Learning from Practice”presents a comprehensive framework for identifying the key enabling factors for private sector actors to invest in climate change adaptation, signalling approaches that public policy-makers and donors can take to engage the private sector.
The toolkit also includes links to resources that help governments to integrate climate change into decision-making processes such as the Caribbean Climate Online Risk and Adaptation tooL – CCORAL – an online support system for climate resilient decision making, developed by Acclimatise for the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC).
The NAP Global Network and the UNFCCC Adaptation Committee are hosting an interactive webinar about the toolkit this Wednesday 24th June 2020. Learn more and sign up below.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
14.00 – 15.00 CEST (8.00 – 9.00 EST)
Online: Microsoft Teams
Ask yourself, which business should be engaged in your climate change adaptation planning processes: the smallholder farmer or the big banker? Or when should you engage them: in the planning or implementation stage of the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process?
In this interactive webinar, your decisions will guide the story!
Our policy advisors will ask for your input at five important junctures of a case study. The majority votes made by participants will impact the direction of the story, as you collectively play the role of a government worker responsible for the NAP process in a sunny and totally made-up island nation.
And don’t worry, we have a just the right guiding document to help with your decisions! This webinar is all about demonstrating the applicability of our new toolkit designed to help governments develop strategies to effectively engage private sector actors in their country’s NAP process: