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 Contribute and engage with the UNFCCC Process


If you are a practitioner, a researcher, a policy advisor or maker working in the field of climate change adaptation and resilience, this page provides opportunities for you to engage with the Nairobi Work Programme (NWP) and the UNFCCC process as well as share your knowledge and learning through the Adaptation Knowledge Portal (AKP). 
A. Share Open Access Knowledge and Learning
Building on the worldwide contributions of policy advisors and makers, practitioners and researchers, the AKP offers informed and credible knowledge as well as high-quality learning for end-users across different sectors.
We are seeking resources to enable informed decisions on practical adaptation actions and measures in response to climate change. These resources need to be based on sound, scientific and technical evidence and can include case studies, methods, tools and other knowledge resources.
To make sure you get the most from being included on the AKP please read our general editorial policy below for guidance on what kind of documents the AKP includes.

Document submission policy 
Origin: The editors add new documents to the AKP from a variety of sources including your submissions.
Copyright and licensing:  Documents included on the AKP must be available online in full text and available free of charge to a public audience. The copyright of the authors and publishers is not affected by inclusion on the AKP.
Format: We prefer to link to documents in PDF format but will include other file types such as Word or HTML.

We invite you to contribute your knowledge resources by using our simple online forms:
1. Case Study: Practical measures/initiatives that are being carried out in different countries and regions of the world to improve climate change adaptation and resilience. Case studies should illustrate progress in enhancing on adaptation by describing outcomes, impacts and learning associated with the measure/initiatives.
2. Tool or Method: Toolkits, methods or decision frameworks that are being developed and/or applied in the context of climate change adaptation and resilience. This can include vulnerability and impact assessments; planning and implementation approaches; monitoring, evaluation and learning tools, etc.
3. Knowledge Resources: This can include a website; a scientific or peer reviewed publication; a technical document/report; policy brief and educational/training materials, etc.
Help us improve the AKP by sharing your inputs
As the AKP strives to improve relevant resources for our users, we welcome your input on specific ideas on how this can be achieved. Please send your ideas to:

B. Engage with the Ongoing Work of the UNFCCC
The convention is supported by a number of expert groups and constituted bodies. This section offers your organization to engage with ongoing UNFCCC work, including the work of constituted bodies.

The UNFCCC also cooperates with, and is supported by, numerous other international organizations and groups, including scientific bodies, UN agencies and groups. This includes the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Please explore regularly updated opportunities for your engagement: