(Part A) A Participatory Four-Step Method to Identify Adaptation Options

Through this two video series, you are taken into a participatory four-step method, used by three countries in the Latin America, to develop agricultural action plans to reduce vulnerability to climate change. Part A video details the four-step Participatory Method and Part B video, enumerates this through an example from Mexico.

The process is highly dependent on stakeholder input, which is obtained through a series of workshops that are guided by a team of specialists, who conduct preparatory, background and synthesizing work, and carefully manage multi-stakeholder input and views during the process. The method effectively combines practical research with wisdom from local stakeholders, who identify adaptation options based on informed scientific research results and could be used for an agricultural region within any country.

Resource: Building Response Strategies to Climate Change in Agricultural Systems in Latin America

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Francisco

Submitted 7:21 pm, October 21, 2017

This is a very useful framework. It can also be applied to outline climate projects like the Nationally Determined Contributions.

Jesús Manuel

Submitted 8:58 am, July 16, 2017

great info!

EBRAHIM

Submitted 7:41 am, July 9, 2017

Great

Janath

Submitted 11:00 am, June 14, 2017

Multiple stakeholders will help to take comprehensive decisions in any area of study.

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