Participatory Planning for Climate Compatible Development in Maputo, Mozambique
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Participatory Planning for Climate Compatible Development in Maputo, Mozambique

By Vanesa Broto Castán
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Book Description


Participatory Planning for Climate Compatible Development in Maputo, Mozambique is a practitioners’ handbook that builds upon the experience of a pilot project that was awarded the United Nations ‘Lighthouse Activity’ Award.



Building upon a long scholarly tradition of participatory planning, this dual-language (English/Portuguese) book addresses crucial questions about the relevance of citizen participation in planning for climate compatible development and argues that citizens have knowledge and access to resources that enable them to develop a sustainable vision for their community. In order to do so, the author proposes a Participatory Action Planning methodology to organise communities, and also advances mechanisms for institutional development through partnerships.

Table of Contents
  • Foreword
  • Prefácio
  • Acknowledgements
    • Disclaimer
  • Agradecimentos
    • Aviso Legal
  • Contents
  • Lista de Conteúdos
  • List of Figures
  • Lista de Figuras
  • List of Tables
  • Lista de Tabelas
  • List of Boxes
  • Lista de Caixas
  • List of Abbreviations and Acronyms
  • Lista de Acrónimos e Abreviaturas
  • List of Contributors
  • Lista de Autores
  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • 1.1. Why do participatory planning for climate change in Maputo?
    • 1.2. Book structure
  • Chapter 2 Incorporating Climate Change Knowledge in Participatory Planning
    • 2.1. Uncertainty in climate information
    • 2.2. Understanding current climate change knowledge in the site of study
    • 2.3. From understanding climate impacts to establishing the possibilities for action
    • 2.4. Engaging citizens in action through the co-production of climate change knowledge
    • 2.5. Key lessons
  • Chapter 3 Co-constructing CCD Knowledge through Participatory Action Planning
    • 3.1. Introduction
    • 3.2. Participatory action planning development principles
    • 3.3. Six steps towards PAPD
    • Step 1: Preparation
    • Step 2: Problem definition by the community
    • Step 3: Information gathering/secondary stakeholdersand feedback to the groups
    • Step 4: Evaluation and analysis of solutions
    • Step 5: Public feedback – community meeting
    • Step 6: Action plan development and implementation
    • 3.4. Key lessons
  • Chapter 4 Building Partnerships for Climate Compatible Development
    • 4.1. What is a partnership and how does it work within an urban context?
    • 4.2. Principles of partnership building
    • 4.3. Understanding partnerships in context
    • 4.4. Gaining visibility to address power imbalances
    • 4.5. Key lessons
  • Conclusion and Ways Forward
  • References
  • Capítulo 1 Introdução
    • 1.1. Porquê fazer o planeamento participativo para as mudanças climáticas em Maputo?
    • 1.2. A Estrutura do livro
  • Capítulo 2 A Incorporação de Conhecimento sobre as Mudanças Climáticas no Planeamento Participativo
    • 2.1. A incerteza na informação sobre o clima
    • 2.2. Compreender o conhecimento actual das mudanças climáticas no local do estudo
    • 2.3. Desde a compreensão dos impactos do clima ao estabelecimento das possibilidades de acção
    • 2.4. O envolvimento dos cidadãos em acções, através da ‘co-produção’ de conhecimento das mudanças climáticas
    • 2.5. Lições chave
  • Capítulo 3 A ‘co-construção’ do conhecimento para o Desenvolvimento Compatível com o Clima, através do Planeamento Participativo para Acção
    • 3.1. Introdução
    • 3.2. Os Princípios da Elaboração Participativa dos Planos de Acção
    • 3.3. Os seis passos para a EPPA
    • Passo 1: Preparação
    • Passo 2: A definição dos problemas pela comunidade
    • Passo 3: A recolha de informação/ as partes interessadassecundárias e retorno aos grupos
    • Passo 4: A avaliação e a análise das soluções
    • Passo 5: Retorno para o público – Reunião da comunidade
    • Passo 6: Finalização e implementação do plano de acção
    • 3.4. Lições chave
  • Capítulo 4 A Criação de Parcerias para o Desenvolvimento Compatível com o Clima
    • 4.1. O que é uma parceria e como funciona dentro de um contexto urbano?
    • 4.2. Os princípios para o estabelecimento de parcerias
    • 4.3. Entender as parcerias no seu contexto
    • 4.4. Ganhar a visibilidade para corrigir os desequilíbrios de poder
    • 4.5. Lições chave
  • Conclusão e caminhos para frente
  • Index
  • Indice
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