Improving linkages between the disaster risk
management and adaptation agendas?
Meeting of the OECD Joint DAC-EPOC Task Te...
Figure 2. CARE International’s conceptual approach to adaptation, disaster risk reduction and
development
Figure 6. Oxfam’s approach to climate change adaptation (Pettengell, 2010)
Potential risks from natural hazards needs to become a more
central component of development
DRR still focuses too much on...
From IPCC SREX chapter summary on Managing
the Risks: International Level and Integration
across Scales
Closer integration...
From IPCC SREX chapter summary on Managing
the Risks: International Level and Integration
across Scales
Opportunities exis...
From IPCC SREX chapter summary on Managing
the Risks: International Level and Integration
across Scales
Expanded internati...
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Theme: Possible work of the Task Team in the 2015/16 biennium: Climate Resilience and Development.
Presentation on how development co-operation providers can improve the linkages between the disaster risk management and adaptation agendas.
Presented at the Meeting of the OECD Joint DAC-EPOC Task Team on Climate Change and Development Co-operation, April 2014, Zürich, Switzerland. For more information, please contact Michael Mullan (michael.mullan@oecd.org) & Jan Corfee-Morlot (jan.corfee-morlot@oecd.org).

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Improving linkages between the disaster risk management and adaptation agendas?

  1. 1. Improving linkages between the disaster risk management and adaptation agendas? Meeting of the OECD Joint DAC-EPOC Task Team on Climate Change and Development Cooperation 9-10 April, 2014; Zürich Clarisse Kehler Siebert clarisse.kehler.siebert@sei-international.org http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/ 209003/moving-on-and- disaster-preparedness
  2. 2. Figure 2. CARE International’s conceptual approach to adaptation, disaster risk reduction and development
  3. 3. Figure 6. Oxfam’s approach to climate change adaptation (Pettengell, 2010)
  4. 4. Potential risks from natural hazards needs to become a more central component of development DRR still focuses too much on post-disaster response and CAA is too little too late to address today’s risks DRR and CCA should be cross-cutting issues; regarded as transformative not just an incremental add-on to business as usual [Foreign affairs] needs to develop a comprehensive DRR policy and outline priority areas; [Development cooperation] should incorporate these elements into its country policies. [Foreign affairs] and [Development cooperation] should adjust institutional hosting of DRR and resilience so that it becomes more integrated in sustainable development-oriented departments Messages…
  5. 5. From IPCC SREX chapter summary on Managing the Risks: International Level and Integration across Scales Closer integration at the international level of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, and the mainstreaming of both into international development and development assistance, could foster efficiency in the use of available and committed resources and capacity (high confidence). [7.4] Neither disaster risk reduction nor climate change adaptation is as well integrated as they could be into current development policies and practices. Both climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction might benefit from sharing of knowledge and experience in a mutually supportive and synergistic way. Climate change adaptation could be factored into all disaster risk management, and weather-related disasters are becoming an essential component of the adaptation agenda. [7.4]
  6. 6. From IPCC SREX chapter summary on Managing the Risks: International Level and Integration across Scales Opportunities exist to create synergies in international finance for disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change, but these have not yet been fully realized (high confidence). International funding for disaster risk reduction remains relatively low as compared to the scale of spending on international humanitarian response. [7.4.2] Governments have committed to mobilize greater amounts of funding for climate change adaptation and this may also help to support the longer-term investments necessary for disaster risk reduction. [7.4.2]
  7. 7. From IPCC SREX chapter summary on Managing the Risks: International Level and Integration across Scales Expanded international financial support for climate change adaptation as specified in the Cancun Agreements of 2010 and the Climate Change Green Fund will facilitate and strengthen disaster risk management (medium confidence). The agreements to provide substantial additional finance at the international level for adaptation to climate change have been formulated to include climate- and weather-related disaster risk reduction. There is therefore some prospect that projects and planning for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation can increasingly be combined and integrated at the national level (high confidence). [7.3.2.2, 7.4]
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