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The CoFCCA project was carried out in Cameroon, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo, with the general objective of developing policy-oriented adaptation strategies that ensure the sustainable and equitable use of forest resources. The main methodology used was Participatory Action Research (PAR), which enabled interactive planning with all stakeholders, adaptive management and learning by doing, and the consolidation of different types of knowledge – local, scientific and political. The project was funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID). CoFCCA worked with partners at the local (NGOs), national (governmental organizations, universities) and regional level (COMIFAC, CARPE etc.).
- The importance of working at the science-society interface for adaptation to climate change in local territories of Latin America: case studies of Bolivia, Chile and Argentina - 16 September 2013
- Ecosystem-based adaptation in marine, terrestrial and coastal regions - 27 June 2013
- Ecosystem-based adaptation for smallholder subsistence and coffee farming communities in Central America - 15 June 2013
Adaptation layer case studies
- Facing Changes in African Forests - 25 February 2014
- Ecosystem-based adaptation and climate change vulnerability - Choiseul Province, Solomon Islands - 21 January 2014
- Research on Integrating Community-based Participatory Carbon Measurement and Monitoring with Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS in a Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) System for REDD+ - 16 January 2014
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