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Online Training Resource for Climate Adaptation: Evaluating techniques-Stakeholder Engagment

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Involving Stakeholders …

Involving Stakeholders

This module considers the importance of stakeholders engagement in this process stage.


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    • 1. Online Training Resource: Climate Adaptation Evaluating Techniques
    • 2. Process Stage 4Evaluating Adaptation: Stakeholder EngagementInvolving StakeholdersThis module considers the importance of stakeholders engagement inthis process stage. Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource
    • 3. Process Stage 4Evaluating Adaptation: Stakeholder EngagementMonitoring, Evaluation and FeedbackAfter adaptations have been implemented they need to be further monitored and evaluated todetermine if the have delivered the intended benefits or in fact had negligible or even adverseoutcomes.However if projects have been designed to reduce vulnerability to infrequent extreme events orlong-term risks from climate change, evaluating the effectiveness of the adaptation measures canbe problematic.In this case the ease of implementation and costs should be considered along with any adverseimpacts and any immediate creation benefits. Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource
    • 4. Process Stage 4Evaluating Adaptation: Stakeholder EngagementMonitoring, Evaluation and FeedbackMaintain contact and feedback: On long-term projects it is important to maintain regular contactwith participants. People become cynical about engagement if decision makers do notcommunicate how participants’ input and suggestions were taken into account. Try to ensure thatall parties receive something from participation in the engagement process.Finally, engagement should be systematically evaluated. Evaluation of engagement is discussed inmore detail in the following section. Gardner, J., Dowd, A-M., Mason, C. and Ashworth, P. (2009). A framework for stakeholder engagement on climate adaptation. CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship Working paper No.3. http://www.csiro.au/resources/CAF-working-papers.html. Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource
    • 5. Process Stage 4Evaluating Adaptation: Stakeholder EngagementStakeholders Engagement Ladder Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource