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The social dimensions of adaptation to climate change in Mozambique (Inglês)

The purpose of the Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change (EACC) study is to better understand and estimate the true costs of adapting to climate change in less developed countries. The study is made up of three components. At a global level, there is an analysis of costs across different economic sectors. At a country level, there is an economic component and a social component, taking place in a set of representative case study countries. Mozambique is one of these countries. The economic component of the Mozambique country study has the objective of identifying a set of robust adaptation options for the country, then comparing the direct costs and benefits of those options. To calculate the costs, the team has utilized a computable general equilibrium method. This method is data intensive, it requires a good model of the national economy, but can generate an estimate of the costs of targeted government interventions, in terms of reduced overall economic growth, once those effects have trickled through the labor and capital markets and the economy has returned to equilibrium. The economic team considered a range of adaptation options, which were gathered from the literature and from interactions with national level policy makers and other stakeholders.

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  • Autor

    Patt, Anthony

  • Data do documento

    2010/12/14

  • TIpo de documento

    Outro estudo sobre meio ambiente

  • No. do relatório

    58904

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2011/01/11

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    The social dimensions of adaptation to climate change in Mozambique

  • Palavras-chave

    National Adaptation Program of Action;united nations framework convention on climate change;flood;international institute for applied systems analysis;drought;national level policy maker;social vulnerability;computable general equilibrium model;assessment of climate change;panel for climate change;vulnerability to climate change;management of water resource;effect of climate change;alternative sources of food;tropical cyclone;climate change vulnerability;Center Research;flood risk map;early warning system;sea surface temperature;land cover data;independent legal entity;errors and omission;extreme climate events;distribution of resource;increase in risk;disaster risk management;flood mitigation measure;extreme weather event;population at risk;quantity of water;future climate change;combination of factor;weather station data;flow of information;distribution of household;rural development strategy;pattern of development;risk and vulnerability;flood warning system;focus group interview;climate change impact;disaster management planning;safe drinking water;average annual precipitation;variability in rainfall;average annual rainfall;natural disaster risk;country case study;loss of life;household survey instrument;global climate model;food insecurity;epidemiology of disasters;average precipitation;central regions;subsistence farmer;adaptation option;heavy rain;social component;climate adaptation;adaptation strategy;drought risk;

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