Pakistan floods 2010 Image credit: Russell Watkins/Department for International Development, licenced under Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
Many stakeholders have begun, and others have intensified their work on Loss and Damage since COP 26 as the issue has increasingly garnered global attention. The on-going work on Loss and Damage includes research, advocacy, capacity building, funding and on-the-ground actions, among other things. This work is carried out at the local, national, regional, and international levels, as well as in all regions of the world. This year the Loss and Damage Collaboration (L&DC) has undertaken mapping Loss and Damage activities conducted by various actors including a range of civil society organisations, philanthropies and other funders as well as climate-focused movements and initiatives. This exercise is undertaken to keep track of these activities, highlight areas of focus and duplication and better understand the gaps in Loss and Damage activities. The aim of this work was to align work and assist to matchmake funders with Loss and Damage actors.