The Adaptation Research Alliance celebrated its one-year anniversary at COP27 with several events underscoring its work to bridge adaptation research and action.
The announcement demonstrates how the ARA is delivering on promises made to catalyse investment and opportunities for adaptation action research during its launch at COP26 in Glasgow.
The Adaptation Research Alliance (ARA) has launched Grassroots Action Research Micro-grants, a series of grants each totalling GBP 15,000 that support locally led adaptation initiatives.
The ARA is pleased to join its members and partners in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 27th session of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC (COP27). The summit runs from 6 Nov – 18 Nov 2022. Below, we present a developing...
Research is central to effective adaptation to the emerging impacts of climate change. How we undertake that research determines how relevant and timely new evidence is and – ultimately – how effective our adaptation responses will be.
In a consultative process that drew on the experiences and expertise of its membership, the ARA has revealed guiding principles for learning communities on understanding climate risks.
Researchers from the Global South still struggle to be on par with their counterparts in the North in terms of funding, collaboration, and publishing — with negative impacts on global development.
Less than 4% of global climate change research funding is spent in Africa. Of the estimated USD 1.26 billion in funding earmarked for Africa-related research on climate impacts, mitigation and adaptation, less than 15% goes to local research institutions.
A global adaptation micro-grant initiative is supporting a project which aims to transform climate-smart agricultural techniques in Madagascar.
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On behalf of the Adaptation Research Alliance, the ARA Secretariat and Co-chairs would like to share how deeply saddened we are by the tragic loss of Ndoni Mcunu on Saturday, 16 April 2022.