Acclimatise Ltd.

Acclimatise is a specialist advisory and digital application company providing world-class expertise in climate change adaptation and risk management. We are leaders because we only focus on adaptation, and our work is shaping the adaptation agenda across the world.

We bridge the gap between the latest scientific developments and real world decision-making, helping our clients to interpret this knowledge within the context of their own strategies, processes, capabilities and stakeholders.

climate resilient water management

Using climate information for Climate-Resilient Water Management

Based on experience and learning from ACT projects, the paper presents 10 key recommendations for integrating climate information into water resources management.

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Navigating a New Climate

Assessing credit risk and opportunity in a changing climate

This report describes and presents case studies of new methodologies to help the banking industry assess the physical risk and opportunities of climate change.

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afghan agriculture

Climate-Resilient Agriculture in South Asia: An analytical framework and insights from practice

The paper explores entry-points for and examples of climate resilient agriculture (CRA) in South Asia, and the current challenges and knowledge gaps affecting it's implementation.

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CRWM Framework

Climate-Resilient Water Management: An operational framework from South Asia

The paper presents a conceptual framework for Climate-Resilient Water Management (CRWM) and provides examples of CRWM interventions developed and deployed by the ACT programme across SE Asia.

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framework

Mainstreaming adaptation to climate change within governance systems in South Asia

The paper introduces a general analytical framework for mainstreaming adaptation to climate change within governance systems.

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port of los angeles

Lender's Guide for Climate Risk in Infrastructure Investments

This guide provides a framework for questioning how revenues, costs, and assets can be linked to potential project vulnerability arising from climate hazards.

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