Followings are the self-paced e-learning videos for the emerging adaptation issues such as Nature-based Solutions, Compound & Cascading Disaster Risks and instructions of climate projection tools. Start now to learn.



Integrating Gender and Indigenous Factors into Locally-Led Adaptation

March 2024

The e-learning course is designed for those working in Climate Change Adaptation strategies, policy development, plans, and programs, including those responsible for on the ground implementation, from government and non-government sectors, and the communities that are or have the potential to lead in adaptation. The modules may also be used for teaching and for the training of trainers. The LLA course aims to raise awareness about the importance of locally led adaptation, integrating gender equality, and addressing indigenous concerns. This course targets various stakeholders involved in local-level climate change adaptation. The modules provide rationale, linkages, and methodologies for locally led adaptation, integration of gender and indigenous factors, with real case studies for practical application.

Using the FloodS Flood Forecasting Tool for Adaptation Planning at the City Level

February 2024

FloodS, a web-based flood simulation tool for adaptation planning, was developed by the Japanese company 'Hitachi' and was introduced to meet the climate adaptation needs of the region. This tool forecasts floods and their expected impact, aiding in the development of appropriate adaptation strategies within the broader climate adaptation plan. The knowledge acquired through deploying this tool will strengthen countries' capacity for integrated climate-resilient flood risk management, improving understanding of potential climate change impacts on flooding, and promoting resilience in vulnerable communities.


March 2023

This short course introduces key considerations and approaches to climate change adaptation and urban resilience planning from the perspectives of sustainable waste and resource management. Drawing on examples from developing countries, this course introduces how the design and operation of systems that sustainably manage wastes and resource streams promote resource efficiency, reduce burdens on public health systems and natural resource value chains, and improve resilience to certain impacts of climate change.

Developing Concept Notes for the GCF Simplified Approval Process

August 2022

This course has been carefully designed to provide guidance on the fundamental components of project development following the principles of learning-by-doing. After completing the course, you will gain the ability to develop a high-quality concept note for the Green Climate Fund’s Simplified Approval Process (GCF SAP), which will help you apply for project preparation funding and advance towards the Funding Proposal stage.

Use of the S8 Downscaler (S8DS), A climate downscaling tool to aid climate adaptation planning

March, 2022

This e-learning course will teach users how to utilize the S8 Downscaler (S8DS), a climate downscaling tool that can assist in planning for climate change adaptation. It is a web application based on a Graphic User Interface (GUI) that performs dynamical downscaling and develops climate projection with simple click and drag functions The S8DS aims to support the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process with various integrated features.