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Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change : Mozambique

ABSORPTION ACCESS TO CREDIT AGRICULTURAL AREAS AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION AGROFORESTRY ALUMINUM ANNUAL COSTS ANNUAL PRECIPITATION AVERAGE RAINFALL BASES BEEF BEVERAGES CALCULATION CAPACITY BUILDING CASH CROPS CASSAVA CHEMICALS CLEAN TECHNOLOGY CLIMATE CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES CLIMATE CHANGE DAMAGES CLIMATE CHANGE DISCUSSION CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS CLIMATE DATA CLIMATE EVENTS CLIMATE FORECASTS CLIMATE HAZARDS CLIMATE IMPACTS CLIMATE INVESTMENT CLIMATE MODEL CLIMATE PROJECTIONS CLIMATE RESEARCH CLIMATE RESEARCH UNIT CLIMATE RESILIENCE CLIMATE RISK CLIMATE RISKS CLIMATE SCENARIO CLIMATE SCENARIOS CLIMATE STRESS CLIMATE VARIABILITY CLIMATE-CHANGE CLIMATIC CHARACTERISTICS CLIMATIC HAZARDS CO CO2 COAL COASTAL ZONES COFFEE COLORS CORN COSTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE COTTON CROP CROP YIELD CROP YIELDS CROPS CRU CULVERTS CYCLONE ACTIVITY CYCLONE EVENTS DEMAND FOR ELECTRICITY DISCOUNT RATE DNA DRAINAGE DRAINAGE SYSTEMS DROUGHT DYNAMIC COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT ECONOMIC IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ECONOMIC IMPACTS ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ECONOMIC POLICIES ECONOMIC SECTORS ECONOMIC WELFARE ECONOMICS OF ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE ECOSYSTEM ELECTRICITY EMISSION EMISSION SCENARIOS EMISSIONS EMISSIONS SCENARIO ENERGY PRODUCTION EROSION CONTROL EVAPOTRANSPIRATION EXTREME EVENT EXTREME EVENTS EXTREME RAINFALL EXTREME RAINFALL EVENTS EXTREME SCENARIOS EXTREME WEATHER EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS FAO FISHERIES FLOODS FOOD CROPS FOREST FOREST MANAGEMENT FORESTRY FORESTS FOSSIL FUELS FRUITS FUEL FUTURE CLIMATE CHANGE FUTURE CLIMATE SCENARIOS GCM GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL GLOBAL HYDROLOGY HURRICANES HYDROLOGY IMPACT OF CLIMATE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGES IMPACT OF TEMPERATURE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE INCOME INCREASE IN TEMPERATURE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INSURANCE INSURANCE MECHANISMS INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE NEGOTIATIONS INTERNATIONAL PANEL FOR CLIMATE CHANGE IPCC IRRIGATION IRRIGATION SYSTEMS JOURNEY LAND MANAGEMENT LAND USE LIVESTOCK MAIZE MANGROVE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE MEAN WIND SPEED MILLET NATURAL GAS NEGATIVE IMPACTS NEGATIVE IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE PERFORMANCE DATA PETROLEUM PRODUCTS POLICY APPROACH POULTRY POVERTY RATES POWER GENERATION PRECIPITATION PRESENT VALUE PRICE CHANGES RAILROADS RAIN RAINFALL RAINFALL EVENTS RAINFALL VARIABILITY RAINY SEASON ROAD ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD NETWORK ROAD SECTOR ROAD TRANSPORT ROADS SAFETY SCIENTISTS SEA LEVEL RECORDS SEA LEVEL RISE SEA LEVEL RISE SCENARIOS SEA WALLS SEAWATER SET ASIDE SOCIAL DIMENSIONS OF CLIMATE CHANGE SOIL CONSERVATION SOILS SORGHUM SOYBEANS STORM SURGE STORM SURGES STORM TRACKS STORMS SUBSISTENCE FARMERS SUGAR CANE SUGARCANE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SWEET POTATOES TAX TEMPERATURE TEMPERATURE CHANGE TEMPERATURE DATA TEMPERATURE IMPACTS TEMPERATURE INCREASE TEMPERATURES TOTAL COST TRAFFIC TRANSPORT TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE TRANSPORT POLICY TRANSPORT POLICY CHANGE TRANSPORT SYSTEM TRANSPORT SYSTEMS TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM TROPICAL CYCLONE TROPICAL CYCLONES TROPICAL STORMS TYPES OF ROADS UNCERTAINTIES UNDP UNITED NATIONS UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME URBAN ROAD VEGETATIVE COVER VEHICLE VEHICLE-KILOMETERS WATER RESOURCES WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATERSHED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT WEATHER PATTERNS WHEAT WIND WIND SPEED WORST-CASE YAMS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Mozambique
2013-03-14T21:05:38Z | 2013-03-14T21:05:38Z | 2010

This report is part of a broader global study, the Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change (EACC), which has two principal objectives: (a) to develop a global estimate of adaptation costs for informing international climate negotiations; and (b) to help decision makers in developing countries assess the risks posed by climate change and design national strategies for adapting to it. The purpose of this study is to assist the Government of Mozambique in its efforts to understand the potential economic impacts of climate change and to support its efforts to develop sound policies and investments in response to these potential impacts. The Mozambique Economics of Adaptation to Climate Change (EACC) study selected four sectors that are believed to be vulnerable to climate change: (1) agriculture, which employs over 70 percent of the population; (2) energy, particularly hydropower generation, which is dependent on water runoff; (3) transport infrastructure, notably roads; and (4) coastal areas, which do not conform to a "sector" but characterize specific geographical areas vulnerable to floods and storm surges directly and indirectly related to sea level rise. The report ends with a discussion of seven lessons learned from the study. Volume 1contains the final report, and Volume 2 contains the Annexes,

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