Lessons Learned from the Climate Impact Decision Support Tool (CIMPACT-DST)

Engility/IRG and Cascadia Consulting Group held a one-hour webinar Tuesday, June 23, 2015 to share lessons learned from a successful urban planning and climate adaptation pilot activity called the Climate Impact Decision Support Tool (CIMPACT-DST).  In Vietnam, CIMPACT-DST supports integration of climate change considerations into planning activities in several cities and provinces. First piloted in the coastal city of Hue, the tool was quickly picked up by dozens of communities and provinces across Vietnam. The success of the pilot is due in large part to incorporating long-term sustainability techniques in the design and implementation phases. Lessons learned from implementation are covered in the webinar. The recording will allow you to download the presentation, documents, reports, and assessments. Practitioners and stakeholders from as far away as Columbia, Croatia, South Africa, and Nepal participated in the webinar.

 
CIMPACT-DST is one of several climate adaptation-related pilots, projects, and activities in USAID's Climate Resilient Infrastructure Services (CRIS) program under USAID’s Climate Change Resilient Development (CCRD) project, a four-year, $31M, global contract managed by Engility/IRG.
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