• 01
    Apr
    2014
  • 05
    Apr
    2014
Expert meeting
NWP Workshop ITK and Gender Questionnaires

Time:

01:00 - 00:59

Venue:

Maritim Hotel Bonn

City:

Bonn

Country:

Germany

Information provided by participants highlighting different experiences in applying local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in adaptation, by answering the following questions:

  • What was the natural hazard and impact on communities?
  • Who were the adaptation practitioners?
  • What processes were used for identifying and integrating local and ITK in adaptation?
  • In what phases of the adaptation process was local and ITK integrated?
  • At which level was local and ITK integrated in adaptation planning?
  • Why was the integration of the local and ITK so valuable?
  • Why did you choose this story?

Name

Affiliation

Responses to questions related to current experiences

Ammar Musmmar

Jordan

 Response (108 kB)

Bashir Yusuf Abubakar

Ahmadu Bello University

 Response (112 kB)

Beartice Lempaira

Conservation International

 Response (110 kB)

Demetrio do Amaral de Carvalho

Haburas Foundation

 Response (98 kB)

Eileen Shea

USA

 Response (117 kB)

Erin Myers

Canada

 Response (120 kB)

Jaime Webbe

Convention on Biological Diversity

 Response (110 kB)

Joeli Veitayaki

University of the South Pacific

 Response (113 kB)

Malcolm Dalesa

Vanuatu

 Response (117 kB)

Minh Nhat Le

Vietnam

 Response (123 kB)

Nigel Crawhall

IPACC

 Response (116 kB)

Ravadee Prasertcharoensuk

Sustainable Development Foundation

 Response (130 kB)

Thingreiphi Lungharwo

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact

 Response (116 kB)

Veronika Kuznetsova

Russian Federation

 Response (111 kB

Information provided by participants highlighting good practices and tools relating to different aspects of applying local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in the adaptation process by answering the following questions:

  • What good practice or tool would you most like to draw attention to and why?
  • What are the benefits of the good practice/tool for adaptation?

Name

Affiliation

Responses to questions related to good practices and tools

Bashir Yusuf Abubakar

Ahmadu Bello University

 Response (105 kB)

Beartice Lempaira

Conservation International

 Response (100 kB)

Demetrio do Amaral de Carvalho

Haburas Foundation

 Response (104 kB)

Eileen Shea

USA

 Response (106 kB)

Erin Myers

Canada

 Response (104 kB)

Jaime Webbe

Convention on Biological Diversity

 Response (102 kB)

Joeli Veitayaki

University of the South Pacific

 Response (103 kB)

Malcolm Dalesa

Vanuatu

 Response (109 kB)

Minh Nhat Le

Vietnam

 Response (107 kB)

Nigel Crawhall

IPACC

 Response (107 kB)

Ravadee Prasertcharoensuk

Sustainable Development Foundation

 Response (106 kB)

Thingreiphi Lungharwo

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact

 Response (107 kB)

Veronika Kuznetsova

Russian Federation

 Response (104 kB

Good practices and tools for applying local, indigenous, and traditional knowledge in adaptation contributed by participants during the meeting:

Name of practice/tool

Name of organization

Adaptation Learning Highway

International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)

Asia Regional Indigenous Adaptation Learning Highway

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP)

Inuit Mental Health and Adaptation to Climate Change (IMHACC) Project

Rigolet Inuit Community Government

 Vanuatu Cloud Nasara Toolkit

Red Cross and the Australian Government's Pacific-Australia
Climate Change Science and Adaptation Planning (PACCSAP) Programme

WOCAT Tools for the use of indigenous and tradition for Sustainable Land Management (SLM)

World Overview of Conservation Approaches and Technologies (WOCAT)

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Language:

English