By building trust, sharing skills, and supporting a platform for co-creation, these projects from Taiwan, the Philippines and Kenya show how experts and communities can work together for a shared future of urban resilience.
Lessons from Myanmar, Lao PDR and Vietnam show how decision makers can be engaged by experts to make risk-informed development decisions in the short, medium, and long-term.
Urban adaptation interventions that are co-developed with decision-makers and communities are more effective, suggests learnings from Global South projects FRACTAL and DARAJA.
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.
Held between the ARA and European adaptation actors, the workshop explored synergies for collaboration and ways to strengthen the ARA’s role in driving action research for vulnerable communities.
Innovative partnerships that invite all voices result in solutions for climate adaptation that vulnerable communities want and need.
ARA Steering Board Member Prof Saleemul Huq speaks about learning from local communities.
The Adaptation Research Alliance (ARA) links researchers working in adaptation with those at the forefront of climate change. As it...