Watershed Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Guidelines

These guidelines aim to help GMS climate change practitioners and planners to embrace more robust, participatory, and integrated watershed planning processes that anticipate climate change vulnerabilities and identify opportunities to minimize them. The guidelines introduce the basic concepts of watershed vulnerability and adaptation assessments (W-VAAs), key principles and steps to conduct them, and overviews the tools that can be used.

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WVAA​-Guidelines​​-Climate​-Change​-Practitioners​-web.pdf 4 MB 16-07-2018

Publish Date: 12th July 2018

Last Updated: 16th July 2018

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