Co-creating an urban resilience programme: facilitating multi-stakeholder engagement for climate action
The ARA’s Urban Resilience Co-creation Space will inform the development of an innovative urban resilience programme and establish a global partnership capable of its effective and impactful implementation.
This final synthesis report outlines a co-creation process aimed at bringing local knowledge and experience to bear on the design of a potential research programme on Nature-based Solutions (NbS) for equitable climate resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The ARA is co-creating a new adaptation research programme that will build capacity in Least Developed Country (LDC) universities to support national adaptation efforts.
This report presents case studies from ARA members on the benefits, challenges and approaches of bridging adaptation action and research.
This strategy gives an overview of the ARA's activties, with suggested tools and methods for pursuing tracking, learning, and sharing across the Alliance's diverse membership.
The ARA's Grassroots Action Research Micro-grants target action and research entities collaborating to unearth opportunities for climate change adaptation in the Global South.
Work by the ARA to develop strategic partnerships within the adaptation community is essential to support research planning and cooperation, and mobilise resources.
This Chair's Summary provides valuable feedback for the design of grants to ensure they are effective at meeting local level needs and in building a better understanding of climate risks.