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Planning for Climate Change: Toolkit. A strategic, values-based approach for urban planners

Planning for Climate Change: Toolkit. A strategic, values-based approach for urban planners
  • United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat). 2014
  • This Toolkit is a companion document for the Planning for Climate Change Guide. The tools included are designed to help planners, or other project facilitators, to work through the planning framework in "Planning for Climate Change: A strategic values-based approach for urban planners". The toolkit contains four different modules: Module A: What's happening?; Module B: What matters most?; Module C: What can we do about it?; Module D: Are we doing it?. While the tools are best used in conjunction with the planning framework, every process will be different and may not require that every tool be used. The tools can also be used to support discrete steps or smaller planning projects (e.g. Vulnerability Assessment, Stakeholder Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation).
  • Main themes: Adaptation, Behaviour change, Climate change, Disaster prevention, Energy, Financing, Floods, Mitigation, Monitoring, Participation, Resilience, Risk management, Sanitation, Urban areas, Vulnerability, Water planning, Water scarcity
  • Main target audience: Decision makers, Policy makers, Project managers, Project planners
  • Main purpose: Capacity-building, Guidance
  • Type of resource: Guidebook, Information kit, Resource guide, Training manual
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Published in 2015