UNFCCC COP17 Policy Position Paper on ADAPTATION Placing poor people and women at the centre of the world’s response to climate change

For lasting adaptation solutions in a changing climate, an international climate change regime must place pro-poor and gender-equitable approaches at its core and provide sufficient funding for and prioritise the needs of the most vulnerable people. At COP17 in Durban, Parties must deliver on the action items in the Cancun Agreements to continue operationalising the Adaptation Framework.

  • Co-authors: Tonya Rawe
  • Published: July 2012

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