MIP4Adapt releases DIY Manual to enhance climate resilience plans. This comprehensive “do-it-yourself” guide empowers communities to drive ambitious and effective climate resilience plans, fostering successful engagement among stakeholders and citizens. Step by step the resource lights path toward a sustainable and prosperous future.
Climate change is no longer a distant threat but a pressing reality that demands collective action. The challenges posed by a changing climate are complex, and addressing them requires the engagement and mobilization of stakeholders and citizens alike. These individuals bring diverse values, beliefs, and perceptions to the table, making it essential to build common understanding and ownership of climate adaptation plans and actions for their successful and sustained delivery.
Creating a successful process for engaging stakeholders and citizens in climate change adaptation involves several key steps: communicate, engage, connect, and enable (action).
But why is engaging and mobilizing stakeholders and citizens so crucial in climate adaptation planning?
Firstly, public participation leads to more ambitious and transformative climate change planning and implementation. When people understand the risks and opportunities associated with climate change, they are more likely to support and actively participate in adaptation efforts.
By harnessing the collective wisdom and commitment of communities, we can navigate the challenges of climate change and forge a path towards a more resilient and prosperous world.
Climate change adaptation is an increasingly complex challenge, and involving stakeholders and citizens is recognized as a key factor in developing effective solutions.
MIP4Adapt Releases DIY Manual to Enhance Climate Resilience Plans
To assist regional and local authorities in this vital endeavour, the EU Mission Implementation Platform for Adaptation to Climate Change (MIP4Adapt) has developed a “do-it-yourself” (DiY) manual. This comprehensive manual is equipped with tools, methods, and technical assistance. It aims to empower local and regional authorities in navigating the challenges of climate change through robust stakeholder and citizen engagement. The manual provides a step-by-step approach that aligns with the six main steps of the climate change adaptation planning process, as outlined in the Regional Adaptation Support Tool (RAST).
Therefore, the manual goes to approach: