Call for Climate Change Adaptation in Mountains Solutions
Global News
article written by MRI
26.10.20 | 02:10

Are you working on climate change adaptation solutions for mountain environments? The Adaptation at Altitude programme would love to hear from you! Complete the Adaptation at Altitude programme survey in order to share your solutions with practitioners and policymakers and help increase resilience in mountain communities.

The Adaptation at Altitude programme has launched a survey to collect climate change adaptation (CCA) solutions for mountain environments. Survey responses will be used to produce a database that can be used by practitioners, decision-makers, policymakers, and any interested parties. The aim of the database is to increase visibility, impact, and acknowledge the innovative work being done in mountain regions.

The survey will help showcase projects, insights, and experiences with CCA in mountains. Submissions will include information on these initiatives that will be useful to others who consult the database to find solutions for a specific adaptation benefit, regional focus, or scale. The platform will be hosted by the ‘Climate Change Adaptation in Mountains’ theme on the weADAPT website and will be free and open to all. 

The Adaptation at Altitude team thanks you in advance for your time and contribution, which will help make CCA in mountains solutions available at the global-level and support increased resilience for mountain communities.

Take the Survey.

About Adaptation at Altitude

The Adaptation at Altitude programme is implemented by the Consorcio para el Desarollo Sostenible de la Ecorregión Andina (CONDESAN), the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), the Mountain Research Initiative (MRI), the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the University of Geneva, and Zoï Environment Network.

Cover image: Sippakorn Yamkasikorn