Information for G03523
Better economics: supporting climate change adaptation with stakeholder analysis: a case study of Morocco
Morocco has initiated an ambitious program to convert 550 000 hectares to a more efficient irrigation system. Stakeholders will be affected in different ways by this project but until now, no stakeholder focused cost-benefit analysis has been conducted. The objective of this study is to address the economics of adapting to climate change in the irrigation water sector in Morocco, using
the CBA-focused, multi-stakeholder approach to water sector adaptation developed by IIED.
This forms one of five country case studies in the economics of adaptation to climate change in the water sector project.
This project explores pilot economic research to support climate change adaptation in the water sector of developing countries. It also aims to build the capacity of developing country economists to contribute to action research.
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Economics of climate change adaptation in the water sector