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Local climate stresses,
vulnerability, and resilience
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Imprint
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Authors
Jennifer Frankel-Reed, Barbara Fröde-Thierfelder, Ilona Porsché
Coordination
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Terms of use
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Rationale
Objective
 Improve representation of and action at the local level
 Integrate local knowledge on climate change in adaptation planning
Importance
 Climate change global phenomena are manifested locally.
Local level analysis gives insight in climate-related impacts on the
ground, i.e. how people’s lives and their everyday activities are affected,
and how they deal with challenge
 Local interests deserve to contribute to planning processes of local
concern
 Local vulnerabilities can guide resource allocation
 Local experience provides relevant adaptation knowledge also for other
levels
Application
 Local planning processes or project formulation, screening or revision
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Entry points for adaptation at local level
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Local government planning processes
Local service provision
Civil society processes
Participatory rural appraisal processes
M&E
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Climate information at local level
 Scientific information needs to be translated into information relevant to
the target group
 Knowledge about past climate risks and coping strategies is embedded
in local traditions, histories and practices and should be understood as a
basis for adaptation to climate change
 To gather local knowledge ...
 use Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) tools: discussing livelihoods,
valued assets, calendars, hazard mapping, interviews, etc.
 gather stories, evidence, experienced trends
 engage vulnerable groups
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Vulnerability functions
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Exercise (1)
Context
 The Talaran District Government decided to review Sustainable Rural
Development projects in order to integrate adaptation to climate change
 Community members take part in the project review
your working group
 A first stocktaking workshop on climate change impacts was recently
conducted with all relevant stakeholders
Exhibits
 Description of West State
 Results from the stocktaking workshop (hazard map, list of problems
the stakeholders identified, and selected stories)
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Exercise (2)
Your task
 You are pastoralists or farmers
Use Matrix 13
 In column A discuss the key climate-related dynamics in your
community:
 What are the priority climate-related stresses to which you are
exposed?
 In which ways is your group sensitive to climate variability and
change?
 What is your group’s coping and adaptive capacity?
 In column B identify Participatory Rural Appraisal tools that could
be used to deepen understanding of these key dynamics
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Exercise (3)
Results
 (please specify)
Logistics
 Case work*
 Presentation of results (please specify how)*
 Reflection*
*Please use your own examples here.
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