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Locally led adaptation – a time for action
49 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
3. Taking locally led adaptation global
In the third and final episode of the podcast, four experts on climate policy explore ways to align global climate finance systems more effectively with the real situations of people in communities and at the local level, to ensure successful locally led adaptation to climate change.
45 minutes | May 20, 2021
The ‘A’ Factor: accountability for locally led adaptation
In the second episode, modelled on popular UK television programme 'The 'X' Factor', four global practitioners and researchers from organisations that endorse the eight principles for locally led adaptation spell out what they propose to do to enable local people to be in the driving seat of climate adaptation decision-making. Then two expert ‘judges’ hold them to account...
35 minutes | May 13, 2021
1. From principles to practice: commitments from donor organisations
At the start of 2021, 40 governments and leading organisations endorsed eight principles for locally led adaptation. As the number of endorsers grows, IIED has launched an innovative podcast mini-series to explore what this commitment will mean in practice. In the first episode of a three-part series, ‘From principles to practice: commitments from donor organisations’, IIED’s Aditya Bahadur is joined by representatives of three donor organisations that endorsed the principles. They set out what they intend to do differently to put them into practice. The three guests and Bahadur interview each other and present their commitments and plans for the future. These pledges are assessed by a leading practitioner representing grassroots voices. Are they putting local communities in the driver’s seat of adaptation decision-making? Are the proposed actions going to enable people battling climate impacts to lead processes of adaptation?
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