Online Training Resource:      Climate AdaptationAnalysing Climate Vulnerability
Process Stage 1Analysing Climate Vulnerability: StakeholdersInvolving StakeholdersThis module considers the importance of ...
Process Stage 1Analysing Climate Vulnerability: StakeholdersCommunicating Climate ImpactsProbabilistic versus Deterministi...
Process Stage 1Analysing Climate Vulnerability: StakeholdersExamples of stake-holder engagement can be found in theresourc...
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Online Training Resource for Climate Adaptation: Analysing Climate Vulnerability - Combining Vulnerabilities

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Involving Stakeholders

This module considers the importance of stakeholder engagement in this process stage with links to case studies.

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  • Online Training Resource for Climate Adaptation: Analysing Climate Vulnerability - Combining Vulnerabilities

    1. 1. Online Training Resource: Climate AdaptationAnalysing Climate Vulnerability
    2. 2. Process Stage 1Analysing Climate Vulnerability: StakeholdersInvolving StakeholdersThis module considers the importance of stakeholder engagementin this process stage with links to case studies. Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource
    3. 3. Process Stage 1Analysing Climate Vulnerability: StakeholdersCommunicating Climate ImpactsProbabilistic versus DeterministicNew scenarios are in a probabilistic format which can be difficult for members of the general public tounderstand. As such there is a need for scientists and communicators to translate probabilisticinformation into a format that decision-makers and use, e.g., number of ski days per year, etc.Putting projections into the context of past changes has also proven to be useful in helpingstakeholders assess potential impacts changes could have on their livelihoods etc.Perceived Lack of SignificanceStakeholders can have difficulty understanding the importance of climate change when projections ofless than 2-3 degrees C are estimated. Again context needs to be provided as well.Both average conditions and more detailed information on extremes along with potential impacts,needs to be provided to assist stakeholder decision-making. Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource
    4. 4. Process Stage 1Analysing Climate Vulnerability: StakeholdersExamples of stake-holder engagement can be found in theresource bank below.These case studies were developed as part of a range ofprogrammes including Clim-ATIC, community climatevulnerability analysis Climate AdaptationOnline Training Resource

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