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National Adaptation Plans in Uruguay - A Sectoral Approach

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Learn more about Uruguay's sectoral adaptation plans in this presentation from Latin American and Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW), hosted in Uruguay from August 20 to 23, 2018.

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National Adaptation Plans in Uruguay - A Sectoral Approach

  1. 1.  Uruguay has been strengthening public policies for adaptation to climate change of vulnerable communities and strategic economic activities. Our priorities are to promote communities that are resilient to climate change and variability while promoting social inclusion.  The recently developed National Climate Change Policy promotes the implementation of adaptation and mitigation strategies to reduce vulnerability to climate change.  Recognizing the specificities of different sectors of the economy, the country has formulated sectorial mitigation and adaptation goals for its Nationally Determined Contribution. NATIONAL ADAPTATION PLANS IN URUGUAY A SECTORAL APPROACH Coastal NAP Plan Nacional de Adaptación al Cambio Climático NAP-Ag
  2. 2. SUSTAINABLE CITIES STRATEGY  A city that guarantees the quality of life of its inhabitants and their social integration and that promotes their competitiveness by minimizing the impacts on the environment.  A city that offers a good endowment of green areas and universal access to quality services, and minimizes the impacts on the environment through controlled and dense urban growth.  A city that generates integration spaces, with accessible public spaces and a heterogeneous urban and social fabric.  A city resilient in the face of climate events and that empowers its inhabitants for the decisions that affect them, through spaces of public participation that contribute to good governance.
  3. 3. MAIN OBJECTIVES  Reduce vulnerability to climate change by building adaptation and resilience capacities in cities, infrastructures and urban environments.  Facilitate the integration of climate change adaptation measures into the corresponding policies, programs and activities, both new and existing, in territorial and urban planning strategies and processes. Throughout:  Creation and strengthening of capacities for the incorporation of adaptation to climate change in planning processes at the national, departmental and local levels.  Improve vulnerability and risk analysis with the use of climate projections.  Design and integration of tools and information systems to support decision making on the risks associated with climate change.  Formulation of strategies and financing mechanisms to scale adaptation in cities.
  5. 5. ADAPTATION DIALOGUES  National Consultation with participation of farmers, rural organizations and academia.  Sectorial Dialogues: dairy, forestry, small scale fishing, livestock, horticulture and fruitculture, agriculture.  Cross cutting Dialogues: family farming, rural women.  Sectorial vulnerability analysis.  Identification and priorization of adaptation alternatives. PNA-Agro NAP-Ag
  6. 6. 7  Sustainable agro- ecosystems  Climate risk management  Practices that reduce vulnerability  Valuation of ecosystem services  Strengthen rural livelihoods  Institutional capacities strengthened AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS THAT ARE PRODUCTIVE, SUSTAINABLE AND ADAPTED
  7. 7. COASTAL NAP At the national level the following barriers are recognized for the implementation of adaptation actions to variability and climate change:  Scarce capacity of the different institutions involved to incorporate the adaptation to CC and variability approach.  Inadequate interinstitutional coordination relating to CC, in accordance with the applicable laws currently in force.  Practically non-existent guidelines relating to CC and variability for coastal zone management policies.  Insufficient information regarding comparable database between environmental processes, the state of infrastructure and weather variables. It does not have universal access to global data, or disaggregated data, or locally generated.  The collection of data and indicators is not systematic and therefore the monitoring and adjustment of planning strategies in the territory has not yet been incorporated. BARRIERS IDENTIFIED
  8. 8. COASTAL NAP  IMPROVE THE KNOWLEDGE To improve the knowledge of CC and variability impacts on the coastal zone, thus promoting a comprehensive and interdisciplinary research.  INCORPORATE THE ADAPTATION To incorporate the adaptation into the development and enforcement of the regulatory framework applicable to fluvial, coastal and marine areas.  INCREASE CAPACITIES The main challenges for its implementation will be to build local capacities to monitor the threats caused by climate change and possible adaptation measures across different time frames and for different socioeconomic recipients.  REDUCE VULNERABILITY To reduce vulnerability to CC and variability impacts in fluvial, coastal and marine areas through ecosystem-based adaptation actions that cut losses and damages in uses of infrastructure and in said natural ecosystems.  REINFORCE THE PRESERVATION To foster the preservation of natural fluvial, coastal and marine spaces and processes which are jeopardized by CC and variability. COURSES OF ACTION
  9. 9. IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY 2004 2021 Third National Communication 2015 2016 NDCsNational Response Plan to CC 2009 NATIONAL SYSTEM RESPONSE TO CC 2010 Second National Communication NATIONAL SYSTEM OF EMERGENCY Identification of adaptation measures 2017 NAPs COASTAL ZONE AGRICULTURE Fourth National Communication 2018 National CC Policy CITIES & INFRAESTRUCTURES AGRICULTURE COASTAL ZONE 2019 NAP CITIES & INFRAESTRUCTURES 2020