Putting national adaptation planning into practice: How countries can make use of the National Adaptation Plan Process after Durban
Climate change and the need for adaptation are increasingly gaining acceptance in both developed and developing countries, and especially in Least Development Countries (LDCs). In 2001 the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) released a decision calling for Least Developed Countries to develop National Adaptation Programmes of Action (NAPAs). These aimed at identifying the need for urgent and immediate needs for climate change adaptation and most LDCs have already elaborated such NAPAs.
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