Use of scenarios in developing policies to address climate change
Scenarios are different ‘what if?’ accounts of the future. Instead of being predictions, they help decision makers and researchers acknowledge future uncertainty and explore the dynamics of different but plausible future worlds. This makes them an excellent tool for policy guidance, as well as for investment and research in the public and private sector. This webinar focusses on the construction of socioeconomic scenarios through backcasting and the use of these future contexts to guide policy and investments for agriculture, food security and climate change adaptation. It also outlines the importance of scenarios for project developers in the definition of routes to follow in order to enhance their chances of a successful planning for the future.
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