weADAPT Knowledge Manager

weADAPT is a collaborative platform on climate adaptation issues. We do our best to support users and work with users to access knowledge, and share their knowledge and experience in a way that supports learning amongst the adaptation community. Occasionally we will also curate knowledge outputs that we think are particularly useful to the community, and address the known needs of our users.

If you want to know more about us, the ways you can engage with weADAPT, how we manage knowledge on weADAPT, and the ways in which we are trying to enhance knowledge managment for the benefit of the entire climate change adaptation community (and the closely related fields of disaster risk reduction and climate services), please get in touch!

communicating climate knowledge

A Guide to the Science of Climate Change Communication

Information and practical exercises that will give you knowledge of the science of climate change communication, and the confidence to apply this knowledge in practice with non-academic audiences.

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un development report

UN Adaptation Gap Report 2017

The report explores key opportunities and challenges associated with assessing progress on adaptation at the global level.

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Approval of the NAP-Fisheries document by the two ministers.

Key lessons learned from Senegal’s National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process

Representatives from the Collaborative Management for a Sustainable Fisheries Future in Senegal (COMFISH) initiative share their experience on Senegal’s NAP process.

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Fig. 2. Map of the Caribbean with CAMI countries highlighted.

A framework for climate services evaluation and its application

This paper describes an elaborated logic model to structure the evaluation of a climate services program, which is demonstrated in a case study of the Caribbean Agrometeorological Initiative (CAMI).

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climate knowledge brokers

Knowledge Brokers are Key to Climate Services

Read about this potent tool to help knowledge brokers in water management to work with stakeholders to co-create solutions to water challenges.

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Photo credit: Alanha Torralba, Greenpeace

Seven principles for visual climate change communication

This report summarises the research underpinning climatevisuals.org and presents the key findings so that practitioners can take an evidence-based approach to visual communication. 

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