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Plateauing Adaptation Planning and Implementation

Recent assessments show tremendous progress, with 85% of nations having implemented national-level adaptation planning mechanisms. While this accomplishment is admirable, issues in execution, financial support, and diversity remain.

Meanwhile, examining the adequacy and efficiency of adaptation efforts yields varied results. While many governments have released new adaptation planning tools, increasing implementation is still needed, particularly in aiding countries without formal plans.

International collaboration and financial support, such as Green Climate Fund readiness money, are critical in advancing adaptation planning initiatives. Global adaptation efforts demonstrate progress, with over 1,100 adopted initiatives listed by country.

To accurately measure efficacy, more extensive reporting and result assessments are required. Increasing the effectiveness of adaption measures and ensuring inclusion is essential for building resilience and securing a sustainable future for all. Download the full article to explore these challenges and progress in greater detail.

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