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Adapting to climate change and fostering a low carbon water and sanitation sector

This briefing note explores how Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) partners can address the risks and challenges presented by climate change through adaptation and mitigation measures. The SWA Framework offers concrete suggestions on how SWA partners can integrate climate change considerations into their planning and actions at global, regional and national levels.

The SWA Briefing Papers analyze key development issues that are relevant for the partnership, exploring how these issues can be better understood and proposing some concrete action that can be integrated into the collaborative work of SWA's partners.

TitleAdapting to climate change and fostering a low carbon water and sanitation sector
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsSanitation and Water for All
Date PublishedAugust 2020
Publishersanitation and water for all
Keywordsclimate change; adaptation and mitigation measures
Abstract

This briefing note explores how Sanitation and Water for All (SWA) partners can address the risks and challenges presented by climate change through adaptation and mitigation measures. The SWA Framework offers concrete suggestions on how SWA partners can integrate climate change considerations into their planning and actions at global, regional and national levels.

The SWA Briefing Papers analyze key development issues that are relevant for the partnership, exploring how these issues can be better understood and proposing some concrete action that can be integrated into the collaborative work of SWA's partners.

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