a) Potential Project-related increases in emissions that may exacerbate climate change, such as GHG emissions and black carbon emissions. (43)b) The viability or longer-term sustainability of Project outcomes due to potential climate change. This will involve the identification of components that are sensitive or vulnerable to emerging or anticipated manifestations of climate change.c) Risks that a Project may increase exposure to climate change. Project components must be assessed for potential unintended or unforeseen increases in vulnerability to climate change.d) Potential social, gender, and age risks, based on the differentiated impacts of climate change.e) Opportunities for (i) facilitating adaptation via synergies with existing or planned activities, (ii) combining mitigation (e.g. reduction in GHG emissions) and adaptation measures, and (iii) exploiting potentially beneficial changes in climatic or environmental conditions to deliver developmental benefits.
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