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  • Jobbins, Guy; Doczi, Julian; Wilkinson, Emily (Overseas Development Institute, London, GB, 2014)
    The 13 projects reviewed in this document worked at a variety of scales; some focus on single communities, and 7 work at the scale of cities or subnational regions such as the Nile Delta. Projects working at large scale ...
  • Fisher, Suzanne (International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), 2012-05)
    How do you estimate the cost of adaptation to climate change on vulnerable communities, where stakeholders are involved in identifying costs and benefits? Project benefits – and the importance of those benefits – are ...
  • Chambwera, Muyeye; Baulcomb, Corinne; Lunduka, Rodney; de Bresser, Laura; Chaudhury, Abrar (International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London, GB, 2013-01)
    These guidelines are intended to show how economic tools can be used for a stakeholder-focused approach to planning and evaluating adaptation to climate change. Using cost-benefit analysis (CBA) as an overall framework, ...
  • Lunduka, Rodney; Bezabih, Mintewab; Chaudhury, Abrar (International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London, GB, 2013-01)
    Five case studies from representative low- and middle-income countries (Bolivia, Morocco, Malawi, Bangladesh, and Nepal) were selected to pilot the approach of stakeholder identification and prioritization of adaptation ...
  • Ye Zou; Boughlala, MohamedChambwera, Muyeye (International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London, GB, 2011)
    Cost-benefit analyses can provide information on the financial feasibility and economic efficiency of a given policy. However, such methods fail to capture the non-monetary benefits of adaptation, which can be more important ...
  • James, Tina (icteum consulting, ZA, 2011)
    The ICT-CCW (Climate Change and Water) research agenda stresses a needs-based approach to water security, and that it be people-centric rather than ICT or water-centric. The objective is to examine various aspects of how ...
  • Drechsel, Pay; Scott, Christopher A.; Raschid-Sally, Liqa; Redwood, Mark; Bahri, Akiça (CRDI, Ottawa, ON, CA, 2011)
    Dans la plupart des pays en développement, les systèmes de traitement des eaux usées sont très peu étendus ou sont peu efficaces, ce qui engendre une pollution de l’eau à vaste échelle et l’utilisation d’eau de mauvaise ...