The OECD has developed a Checklist for decision-makers and stakeholders
to assess the performance of flood risk governance arrangements
at different levels, in light of the 12 OECD Principles on Water Governance
adopted in June 2015.
As foreseen in the project, OECD is extending a wide call for case studies
to collect practical experience and draw policy lessons from a diversity of situations:
- Those of you willing to participate are invited to fill-in the online Checklist by 2 November 2016 with a specific case of flood risk governance in mind;
- Alternatively, you can also complete the Checklist in Word version accessible here and return it by email to the OECD Secretariat.
The NAP Global Network is inviting Network participants
from developing countries with proven experience/case studies in Institutional Arrangements for NAPs, Financing Implementation of NAPs and/or NAP Monitoring & Evaluation, to apply for an international peer exchange opportunity. Selected applicants will be invited to present their experience at Peru’s NAP Assembly in Lima on December 6-7, and to interact with local peers on the next steps for the implementation of the NAP document that will be launched during the event.
The NAP Global Network would cover the costs of participation (flight, accommodation, meals and incidentals) and support coordination with peers in Peru for the exchange. Submissions will be accepted by the NAP Global Network Secretariat until October 31st 2016. The Award(s) will be announced by November 7th 2016. Read More...
The Nairobi work programme team at the UNFCCC secretariat invites you to contribute to the secretariat’s data compilation effort on the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation.
At its forty-first session, the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice (SBSTA) requested the secretariat under the guidance of the Chair of the SBSTA, in collaboration with the Adaptation Committee and the Least Developed Countries Expert Group, and with contributions from relevant Nairobi work programme partner organizations, to make publicly available a compilation of good practices and tools and available data collection initiatives for the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation, for consideration at SBSTA 44.
In light of this call for contributions on the part of Nairobi work programme partner organizations, we welcome all information you would like to share with the secretariat regarding good practices, tools and data collection initiatives referring to the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for adaptation. If possible it is requested that information be submitted both in English and in Spanish or French so as to allow for broader outreach and dissemination of knowledge. Read More...