• International Cooperation
  • Adaptation

Examination of cooperative efforts to three global agendas on adaptation: Paris Agreement, SDGs and Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction


  • Overseas Environmental Cooperation Center, Japan (OECC)

Event Overview

We witnessed the three global agendas, namely the Paris Agreement, the SDGs, and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, were adopted in 2015. Responding to the global attentions and needs, the Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ) together with the UNFCCC hold the Expert meetings which focused on linkages among the three global agenda in July 2018. In addition, MOEJ recognizes adaptation as an important initiative of climate change, provides information through "Asia-Pacific Adaptive Information Platform (AP-PLAT)", delivers bilateral support in line with the needs of each country.
This event elaborates the discussion carried out in the Expert meetings and it will further ask how the three global agendas can effectively integrate into national actions, local communities and the private sector.


  • Masako Ogawa, Director, International Strategy on Climate Change, Global Environment Bureau,Ministry of Environment Japan
  • Yusuke Teraoka, Section Chief for International Cooperation, International Strategy on Climate Change, Global Environment Bureau,Ministry of Environment Japan
  • Damdin Dagvadorj, Mongolia climate change envoy, Ministry of Natural Environment and Tourism, Mongolia
  • Annett Moehner, Team lead, Programme Officer, Adaptation Programme, UNFCCC secretariat
  • Timo Leiter, Advisor, GIZ
  • Anika Terton, Project Manager, IISD
  • Kazuhiko Takemoto, President, OECC
  • Emiko Matsuda, Senior Researcher, OECC

Event Materials

Event Summary

Synergy and practical implementation on the three global frameworks on adaptation were discussed. Main contents of the active discussion were as follows.

  • Understanding of vulnerability reduction and resilience/adaptive capacity increase is country/context specific.
  • National effort of monitoring and reporting will be reflected into adaptation communication, and strengthening its implementation is required.
  • There is a need to take a strong coordination among various stakeholders, taking into account of cross-cutting nature of adaptation.
  • Undersatnidng of substantial differences at the national and local level and avoding duplicate work should be considered.


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