Given the wide reaching impacts of climate change, the most apt solutions will often work across development sectors. In this area the goal is to find synergies, such as those between agriculture and water management, that will enable projects to target the vulnerabilities that cross traditional boundaries with holistic solutions that do the same.
Adaptation measures taken in Pekalongan City to address climate change issue are somewhat lacking in evaluation that derives from the non-existent of a comprehensive climate risk assessment. A suchcomplex issue such as climate change needs across-the-board measures to be able to address the issue effectively, and from its roots. Considering that most of the risks
Sierra Leone is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change in West Africa and among the Least Developed Countries (LDC), least able to adapt to the adverse effects of climate change. Agriculture is Sierra Leone’s second largest economic sector after mining contributing 59% to the GDP and is therefore facing long-term, high-risk exposure