Evidence review on coastal and terrestrial water-sector interventions in developing countries: protocol for a systematic review

Genta Konci, Laurenz Langer, Mike Muller, Promise Nduku, Jennifer Pampolina, Martin Prowse, Andreas Reumann

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Interventions - projects, programmes, or policies - that aim to enhance adaptive capacity and mitigation co-benefits in the coastal and terrestrial water sectors are critical to achieving climate targets. The goal of this systematic review is to identify, assess and synthesize evidence on the effectiveness of eight intervention types: nature-based options, built infrastructure, technological options, informational/educational schemes, institutional interventions, financial/market mechanisms, social/behavioural and coastal interventions conducted in non-Annex I countries. The main outcome areas are adaptive capacity alongside mitigation co-benefits. A series of meta-analyses will be conducted for similar interventions and outcomes where effect sizes will be calculated. The results for selected intervention types will be reported, whether significant or not.”.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherGreen Climate Fund Independent Evaluation Unit
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2023

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