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Mainstreaming climate adaptation into social protection: The issues yet to be addressed

Hare Krisna Kundo, Martin Brueckner, Rochelle Spencer and John Davis

Journal of International Development, 2021, vol. 33, issue 6, 953-974

Abstract: As the consequences of climate change become better understood, there is growing agreement among development practitioners and academics on the need for mainstreaming climate adaptation into social protection. This review paper assesses the progress in mainstreaming efforts, revealing that there has been considerable progress made to date. However, a number of critical issues relating to the challenges of such mainstreaming in the context of developing countries and the conceptual framework needed to assess the outcomes of such developmental programmes are yet to be addressed. These issues are examined in this paper.

Date: 2021
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