DECISION SUPPORT FRAMEWORK: Landscape Vulnerability Decision Support Framework
This Landscape Vulnerability Decision Support Framework provides a systematic and integrated process for making decisions to support climate resilience in Northern Zambia. The DSF comprises a number of tools, along with guidelines and exercises, that together, constitute the process for making informed, evidence-based decisions
This Landscape Vulnerability Decision Support Framework (DSF) has been prepared by the OneWorld Sustainable Investments team on the Transforming Landscapes for Resilience and Development in Northern and Southern Zambia (TRALARD-Zam) project, under the auspices of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR). The PPCR is a targeted program with dedicated multi-donor funding that, in Zambia, has the overall objective of mainstreaming climate resilience into core development planning.
This DSF was based on research conducted between October and December 2017. Feedback from participants in the Provincial Participatory Analysis Workshop held 21st-23rd November, 2017 has been incorporated wherever possible. In addition, this document draws on and is supported by the Technical Background Document (TBD), which comprises material developed in the earlier phases of this project and the ‘sister’ Landscape Vulnerability Risk Assessment Baseline project. Finally, this DSF draws on material developed for the Strengthening Climate Resilience in the Kafue Sub-Basin (SCRiKA) project, particularly the Training Manual, which was carried out during 2016.
Petrie, B., Rawlins, J., Tsilik, P., Chapman, A., Kalaba, J. (2018). Transforming Landscapes for Resilience and Development in Northern and Southern Zambia (TRALARD-Zam) Project: Landscape Vulnerability Decision Support Framework. OneWorld Sustainable Investments. Cape Town, South Africa