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ADB Draft Risk Screening Tool

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The Project Risk Screening Tool is a user-friendly, desk-top (web- and paper-based) risk screening tool pilot. Through reliance on pre-determined impacts, risk factors (tables), and assumptions, this checklist alerts project officers and mission leaders to potential climate-induced and disaster-related impacts and risks, and allows for possible incorporation of risk reduction measures at the project concept/preparation stage. (UNFCCC)

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