COP27 | Monitoring and measuring adaptation in the context of a climate emergency

November 11, 2022, Charm el cheikh

Event at the French Pavilion organised by the French Development Agency (AFD), Expertise France, the Foundation for Studies and Research on International Development (FERDI) and the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI).

The event focused on adaptation to climate change. It was an opportunity to discuss how to measure the exposure of countries and territories to climate change, and the implications for development aid and countries' sustainable development trajectories.

Matthieu Boussichas presented Ferdi's work on a national and a sub-national index of physical vulnerability to climate change (PVCCI) and how the index could be used in the allocation of aid to adaptation between countries and for the distribution of this aid between territories within a country.


Ms Madeleine Diouf Sarr, Head of the Climate Division at the Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development of Senegal and Chair of the LDC negotiating group

Ms Massandje Touré-Litsé, Commissioner for Economic Affairs and Agriculture, ECOWAS Commission

Ms Esline Garaebiti, Director General, Ministry of Climate Change, Vanuatu (TBC)

M. Moussa Leko, ECOWAS Director of Environment and Natural Resources

M. Mike Waiwai, Director of the Vanuatu Climate Change Department 

Ms Mathilde Bord-Laurans, Director of the Climate and Nature Division, AFD

Mr Matthieu Boussichas, Head of International Development Finance, FERDI

Mr Alexandre Magnan, Researcher, Vulnerability and Adaptation, IDDRI

Moderator: Mr Matthieu Wemaere, Lawyer and Associate Researcher at CERIC (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches Internationales et Communautaires)