Climate resilience protects property, livelihoods and organizational continuity from climate risks, including flooding, drought, heat waves, sea level rise, and invasive pests among others.

The need for greater resilience generates growing business and investment opportunities in the form of products and services buyers need to reduce their climate vulnerability.


3 Jul
Can supply chains gain competitive advantages by becoming more climate resilient?

Can supply chains gain competitive advantages by becoming more climate resilient?

How can businesses, large and small, make their supply chains more climate resilient and simultaneously become more profitable? Almost any supply...

28 Jun
Más allá del reciclaje: un modelo de economía circular para América Latina y el Caribe

Más allá del reciclaje: un modelo de economía circular para América Latina y el Caribe

En América Latina y el Caribe viven 625 millones de personas y en pocos años cerca del 80% de la población se concentrará en áreas urbanas. Para...

28 Jun
SAFE and the future of sustainable coffee

SAFE and the future of sustainable coffee

It has been two and a half years now since the MIF first sat at the table with Starbucks, Keurig Green Mountain and Farmers Brothers to discuss the...


PROADAPT is currently financing 8 projects in 9 countries:

Argentina, Brazil, El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama and Paraguay. An additional 4 projects are in the pipeline for Bahamas, Belize, Mexico and St.Lucia. To date, Proadapt has committed US$12million in technical assistance and leveraged a total of US$21 million in the region.

Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay

Gran Chaco:
Building Resilience in the Gran Chaco (Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay)

The Gran Chaco is the second largest forest region in Latin America after the Amazon and is shared between Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia and a small area in Brazil. Studies of the Gran Chaco’s vulnerability to climate change forecast significant impacts in the next three decades, particularly increased risk of droughts and floods in different areas and a rise in extreme weather events. This climate variability is already affecting production systems, making the creation of new skills, tools, knowledge, and production and marketing models that enable producers in Gran Chaco to protect themselves and their environment from the effects of climate change an urgent concern.


A key component of the Proadapt program is to share and transfer knowledge and innovation generated through its projects and country and sector studies, so that experience, data, and lessons learned can be applied throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, and even outside of the region.


Innovations Live (pdf documents from IDB)


Check out the latest version of Climatescope 2015, or the ND-GAIN matrix


Have a look at our benchmarking tool for climate resilience in the private sector


20 APR

The proadapt symposium "Climate risk and investment: Framing private challenges and opportunities"

Proadapt Event on Climate Finance on 20 April 2017 - Contact us at for an invitation

08 DEC

Investing in Climate Resilience at The Collider in Asheville NC, Thursday 8 December 2016.

Co-hosted by the Inter-American Development Bank, Acclimatise, and The Collider

07 NOV

COP22 en Marrakech, Mororcco, November 7-18, 2016

Proadapt will co-sponsor a side panel with Climate Change and Sustainability Division of the BID