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Mainstreaming climate change adaptation in the Pacific a practical guide

Type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Apia, Samoa Secretariat of the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP) 2013Description: 99 p. col. ill., photographs 29 cm.ISBN: 9789820404892.Subject(s): Asian Development Bank | Climatic changes -- Oceania | Climate changes -- Oceania -- Economic aspects | Technical assistance -- OceaniaSummary: "This study describes the areas of focus for the ADB Pacific Department's operations, identifies key gaps between country and ADB actions, as well as opportunities for scaling up ADB's assistance related to mitigation, adaptation and associated crosscutting needs. The CCIP will evolve through periodic updates to effectively guide ongoing and future programs, technical assistance, and project designs. Going forward, specific climate change interventions will continue to be incorporated into the Country Partnership Strategy and Country Operations Business Plan for each Pacific Developing Member Countries and into the Regional Cooperation Strategy/Regional Operations Business Plan for the Pacific region as a whole."
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363.73874095 MAI 2013 Checked out 29/12/2015

Includes bibliographical references (p.95-99)

"This study describes the areas of focus for the ADB Pacific Department's operations, identifies key gaps between country and ADB actions, as well as opportunities for scaling up ADB's assistance related to mitigation, adaptation and associated crosscutting needs. The CCIP will evolve through periodic updates to effectively guide ongoing and future programs, technical assistance, and project designs. Going forward, specific climate change interventions will continue to be incorporated into the Country Partnership Strategy and Country Operations Business Plan for each Pacific Developing Member Countries and into the Regional Cooperation Strategy/Regional Operations Business Plan for the Pacific region as a whole."