Adaptation communications

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Adaptation communications were established by the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Adaptation commonly focuses on reducing vulnerability to the immediate and predicted impacts of climate change, and increasing the capacity of countries and communities to be more resilient and to cope better with these changes.

Each party to the Paris Agreement is expected to submit, and update periodically, an Adaptation communication.

The adaptation communication may include relevant information on the party's priorities, implementation and support needs, plans and actions.

See also

External link

Adaptation communications - UN Framework Convention on Climate Change]