Enabling Climate Science Use to Better Support Resilience and Adaptation Practice

I led a wonderful team for LTS International to undertake an initial scoping study addressing the following question: “Within the process of enabling climate science to better support resilience and adaptation practice and achieve internationally agreed commitments, what is working and what is missing in its use, and which people and institutions are key contributors in this field?”

The team, which comprised both climate resilience and adaptation experts and climate scientists, conducted this scoping study using a light touch Rapid Evidence Assessment supported by expert consultation and key informant interviews. The work focused on Africa with a light touch approach applied to Asia and the Pacific. The final report is here.