Climate Adaptation Planning
How to make your Destination More Resilient
Destination Support Group
10 October – 4 November 2022
Climate Adaptation Planning has become an essential element of any destination’s strategy considering the vulnerability of Tourism sector to climate change risks. Climate adaptation planning supports destinations to be prepared for the unprecedented challenges and risks climate change might introduce to the destinations.
About the programme
The climate adaptation planning group session will support destination leaders with the tools and close guidance required for climate risk assessment and developing strategies for climate risk adaptation. It will also facilitate discussions on how green infrastructures and green buildings can be beneficial and how destination leaders can include them in their climate adaptation planning.
By actively participating in the group, participants are expected to:
- Measure the Climate Impact Risk with the help if risk projection tools of the START Toolkit (C3)
- Conduct destination’s vulnerability and risk assessment and work on the feedback
- Understood the importance of creating new green infrastructures and green buildings.
- Developed a suitable destination’s climate adaptation strategy.
How to prepare
The G5. Climate Adaptation Planning will serve as an excellent support with the training Course T3 Reset & Recovery of Destinations to achieve better understanding of the topics covered during the modules and finding practical solutions with peer-to-peer discussions during the G5 workshop. We would recommend participating in the G5 group workshops while to T3.
The G5. Climate Adaptation Planning will run from 10 October – 4 November 2022and will be conducted for about 4 weeks. This includes live sessions, independent readings, and small group interactive sessions supporting peer-to-peer learning.
a Register before 12 Septembre 2022 to avail
b See the list of countries here
c Also applicable for GD Members
What to do next?
You may consider continuing with G7 (Destination Assessment).
Pre-enrolment is now open!
The pre-enrolment procedure applies to all aspiring participants of the Destination Support Programme. It serves as the basis of the minimum number of participants for training courses and support programmes to push through. By registering, you are committing to participate in, and purchase one or more of the programme‘s modules when the payment period begins.
When the minimum number of participants is met, a confirmation email and payment details will be sent with further instructions.