Global Adaptation Action: Progress, Gaps, and What to Expect in 2024

By Amy Giliam Thorp, Fatuma Hussein, Mohamed Adow (Power Shift Africa), Gboyega Olorunfemi, Henry Bortey Otchwemah, Chukwumerije Okereke (Centre for Climate Change and Development, AE-FUNAI)
25 / 04 / 2024
Bringing water to the crops in Mozambique thanks to an irrigation project. Photo credit: Marcos Villalta / Save the Children. Published by ACT2025.

Global adaptation action urgently needs to be accelerated in 2024 to ensure efforts are effective, equitable and meet the urgent needs of climate vulnerable countries. ACT2025’s paper examines the gaps and progress made since COP28 and serves as a comprehensive go-to-guide on adaptation inside and beyond the UN climate negotiations, outlining the essential steps that need to be taken in 2024 to reprioritize adaptation on the global agenda.

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