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Climate Mobility and Development Cooperation

  • Raphael Nawrotzki

The main aim of this paper is to outline the policy frameworks and approaches shaping development cooperation actors’ engagement and to identify areas for further exploration and investment. First, we frame the concept of climate mobility and migration and discuss some applicable policy frameworks that govern the issue from various perspectives; secondly, we review the toolbox of approaches that development cooperation actors bring to climate mobility; and third, we discuss the implications of the current Covid-19 pandemic and identify avenues for the way forward. 

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  • Stojanov, R., Rosengaertner, S., de Sherbinin, A. et al. Climate Mobility and Development Cooperation. Popul Environ (2021).
Ecology and Climate Supraregional External Publications

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

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  • 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

Evaluación de la Cooperación Internacional No Reembolsable en Biodiversidad y Cambio Climático en Costa Rica 2010-2018

The Costa Rican planning ministry Mideplan presents this first thematic evaluation from Southern perspective in the scope of the 2030 Agenda. The report is in Spanish and focuses on the topic of the “non-repayable international development interventions in the fields of biodiversity and climate change in Costa Rica in the period from 2010 to 2018”. This is the first time that a partner country has evaluated an entire sector of development cooperation, i.e. the activities of all donors in multiple SDGs.

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  • MIDEPLAN(2021): Evaluación de la cooperación internacional no reembolsable en biodiversidad y cambio climático en Costa Rica 2010-2018: informe final / Ministerio de Planificación Nacional y Política Económica, Ministerio de Ambiente y Energía, Fomento de Capacidades en Evaluador en Latinoamérica y el Caribe, San José, Costa Rica.
Evaluation Capacity Development Ecology and Climate Instruments and structures of development cooperation Latin America External Publications

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

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  • 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

Germany’s Contribution to the Forest and Climate Protection Programme REDD+

REDD+ ist ein von der internationalen Gemeinschaft entwickelter Ansatz zum Klimaschutz unter dem Dach der Vereinten Nationen. Ziel von REDD+ ist die Minderung von Nettoemissionen von Treibhausgasen aus Entwaldung und Schädigung von Wäldern, Wiederaufforstung, und nachhaltige Waldbewirtschaftung in Ländern mit niedrigem und mittlerem Einkommen. REDD+ Aktivitäten sind ein wichtiges Instrument für den Klimaschutz, doch die Wirkungen von REDD+ sind kontrovers.

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  • Reinecke, S., A.-K. Weber, A. Michaelowa, S. Schnepf and J. Christensen (2020): Germany’s
    Contribution to the Forest and Climate Protection Programme REDD+, German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval), Bonn.
Ecology and Climate Reports
Deckblatt des DEval-Berichtes mit dem Titel "Germany´s Contribution to the Forest and Climate Protection Programme REDD+" 2020
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