This paper examines the issue of loss and damage assessment in the national context of Bangladesh to understand how relevant tools and methodologies as well as these assessments in general can be enhanced. In addition, the paper will provide lessons and recommendations that will benefit other developing countries that are vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. To this end, this analysis explores how different assessment models and methodologies have or could be applied in Bangladesh and what challenges and opportunities emerge from this process.
Asaduzzaman, M.; Enamul Haque, A.K.; Nabiul Islam, K.M.; Qamar Munir, M.; Roddick, S.; Roberts, E.; Hasemann, A. Assessing the Risk of Loss and Damage Associated with the Adverse Effects of Climate Change in Bangladesh. (2013) 35 pp.
Assessing the Risk of Loss and Damage Associated with the Adverse Effects of Climate Change in Bangladesh