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Bridging data gaps, so plans may be targeted, context-specific, and impactful – so better serve people at the frontlines of climate change Interviews with experienced practitioners highlighted a shortfall of suitably representative data of reliable quality is limiting effective implementation of adaptation and resilience projects, particularly at local levels and in developing nations. What’s more, as reported today/this week in the paper ‘Examining Adaptation and Resilience Frameworks: Data quality’s role in supporting climate efforts’ published in Sustainability Journal, no common approach or tool is available to help these experts streamline the process of designing, monitoring, and evaluating such plans. The experts interviewed for the paper cited a lack of measurement indicators that might otherwise help assess the effectiveness of adaptation and …

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