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Evaluierung von Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel. Instrumente zum Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken

  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Kevin Moull
  • Dr Raphael Nawrotzki
  • Dr Cornelia Römling
  • Dr Johannes Schmitt

Residuale Klimarisiken sind solche Klimarisiken, die nach Risikoreduzierung durch Anpassung und Klimaschutz verbleiben. Um die Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung zu erreichen, ist ein effektiver Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken erforderlich. Bisher gibt es nur vereinzelt Evidenz zur Wirksamkeit von Instrumenten zum Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken. Vor diesem Hintergrund schließt dieses Evaluierungsmodul die Wissens- und Evaluierungslücke zur Relevanz und Wirksamkeit der bislang angewendeten Instrumente im Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken.

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Bibliographical information

  • Leppert, G. et al. (2021), Evaluierung von Maßnahmen zur Anpassung an den Klimawandel. Instrumente zum Umgang mit residualen Klimarisiken. Deutsches Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit (DEval), Bonn
Sustainability Ecology and Climate Supraregional Reports

Access to credit as a determinant of autonomous adaptation to climate change

  • Guido Fernández de Velasco
  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Kevin Moull
  • Martin Prowse
  • Jyotsna Puri
  • Andreas Reumann
  • Luis Sánchez Torrente

Bibliographical information

  • Fernández de Velasco, G, G. Leppert, K. Moull, M. Prowse, J. Puri, A. Reumann, and L. Sánchez Torrente (2020), Access to credit as a determinant of autonomous adaptation to climate change: A meta-analysis of the evidence in low- and middle-income countries, DEval Discussion Paper 01/2021, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval) and Green Climate Fund Independent Evaluation Unit, Bonn, Germany and Songdo, South Korea.
Instruments and structures of development cooperation Sustainability Ecology and Climate Supraregional Discussion Papers

Monitoring, evaluation and learning for climate risk management

  • Dr Martin Noltze
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Dr Cornelia Römling
  • Dirk Hoffmann

Bibliographical information

  • Noltze, M.; Köngeter, A.; Römling, C. and D. Hoffmann (2021), “Monitoring, evaluation and learning for climate risk management”, OECD Development Co[1]operation Working Paper No 92, OECD Publishing, Paris.
Sustainability Supraregional External Publications

The State of the Evidence on Blended Finance for Sustainable Development

  • Monika Bertzky
  • Nathalie Doswald
  • Guido Fernández de Velasco
  • Gunnar Gotz
  • Valerie Habbel
  • Magdalena Orth-Rempel
  • Johanna Richter
  • Jerónimo José Rocío Pérez
  • Luis Sánchez Torrente
  • Dr Sven Harten

Bibliographical information

  • Sánchez Torrente, L., V. Habbel, J. J. Rocío Pérez, N. Doswald, Bertzky, M., G. Gotz, M. Orth, J. Richter, G. Fernández de Velasco and S. Harten (2020): The State of the Evidence on Blended Finance for Sustainable Development. An Evidence Gap Map. DEval Discussion Paper 3/2020, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.
Sustainability Methods and standards Private sector engagement Supraregional Discussion Papers

Evidence Gap and Intervention Heat Maps of Climate Change Adaptation in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

  • Nathalie Doswald
  • Luis Sánchez Torrente
  • Andreas Reumann
  • Dr Gerald Leppert
  • Kevin Moull
  • Jerónimo José Rocío Pérez
  • Alexandra Köngeter
  • Guido Fernández de Velasco
  • Dr Sven Harten
  • Jyotsna Puri

Bibliographical information

  • Doswald, N., L. Sánchez Torrente, A. Reumann, G. Leppert, K. Moull, J.J. Rocío Pérez, A. Köngeter, G. Fernández de Velasco, S. Harten and J. Puri. (2020), Evidence Gap and Intervention Heat Maps of Climate Change Adaptation in Low- and Middle-Income Countries, DEval Discussion Paper 2/2020, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval) and Green Climate Fund Independent Evaluation Unit, Bonn, Germany and Songdo, South Korea.
Ecology and Climate Sustainability Instruments and structures of development cooperation Supraregional Discussion Papers
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