The Rapid Climate Risk Assessment is a tool that is designed to monitor climate change impacts systematically. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Participatory Rapid Climate Risk Assessment (PRCA), developed in 2020 with support from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), identified climate risk hotspots in the Malawi-Zambia (MaZA) Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA).
The GIZ Global Project ‘Mainstreaming EbA - strengthening ecosystem-based adaptation in planning and decision-making processes' launched a collection of publications exploring climate justice aspects in EbA. FAKT Consult supported the Global Project on the topic of climate justice in EbA through identifying the gaps between theory and practice and developing tools and methodologies to contribute towards bridging these gaps.
Development of a guidebook for decision-makers - Ecosystem soil - nature-based solutions for adaptation below the surface
This guidebook aims to demonstrate the importance of sustainable soil management (SSM) for adaptation to climate change, biodiversity conservation and the achievement of long-term food security. By adopting nature-based solutions such as ecosystem-based adaptation (EbA), farmers can dramatically increase their productivity while adapting to climate risks.
FAKT Consult has developed and funded this paper to explore approaches and practices set out to support young people in rural areas to become productive members of rural societies. We believe this includes enabling young people to create a livelihood and generate a decent income which does not harm, but is in harmony with their environmental, material and social environment. We understand this paper as a “discussion paper” that may include controversial theses, to which we are inviting feedback for further discussion and elaboration of this paper.
This factsheet gives an introduction into the rationale climate risk assessments (CRA), examples of selected tools and services that FAKT offers as well as an overview of key learnings for their implementation.
Brot für die Welt and their partner organizations in Southeast Asia and the Pacific decided to elaborate a study on good practices as part of a learning and exchange process on their land rights work. The overall goal was the documentation and exchange of good practices on land defense strategies contributing towards strengthening sustainable land rights of disadvantaged groups and land conflict transformation in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
Analysis of the producer level impact of Fairtrade on environmentally friendly agricultural production, biodiversity conservation, and resilience & adaptation to climate change
Fairtrade International commissioned a study to examine the impact of Fairtrade in regard to environmental protection, biodiversity conservation and adaptation to climate change. The study aimed to answer the following evaluation questions: How do Fairtrade (1) Standards and Tools, (2) Programs and Capacity Building, and (3) Premium investments impact on environmental protection, biodiversity conservation, and climate change adaptation/resilience.
Latin America: Cooperation at eye level - understanding and effectiveness of the work with promoters in the extension of sustainable land management and agroecology
MISEREOR has been working with partner organisations for many years to promote agroecological development in Latin America by training local farmers as promoters. Promoters are selected from the communities and are considered ‘grassroots-level actors' in their municipalities to engage in the joint elaboration of agroecological production and lifestyles. However, there are methodical and technical differences in the training of the various organisations. To date in most project proposals no methodical objectives exists.
A practical guidance to the implementation of the Brot für die Welt policies.
Brot für die Welt has published its Policies on Food Security and Gender in 2018. This paper was elaborated to support the combined implementation of these policies. It aims to provide practical guidance on key strategic issues and intervention priorities to support food security and gender equality by its partner organizations.