Adaptation Gap Report is one of UNEP’s flagship products. The report’s objective is to inform the negotiators of the UNFCCC Member States, and the broader UNFCCC constituency, about the status and trends within climate adaptation at global and regional levels. It does this by providing these stakeholders with an annual assessment of the state and trends within adaptation planning, finance, and implementation, at the global- and regional-levels, as well as providing a set of science-based options to policy- and decision-makers to increase ambition in adapting to climate change across key climate-sensitive sectors. Moreover, due to the ongoing disruption being caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic, in this iteration of the AGR, the report will also provide an assessment of the emerging consequences of Covid-19 on global adaptation processes.
Previous issues of The UNEP Adaptation Gap Report are available at the following webpage:
Scope of work
This service shall provide high-quality graphic design of the UNEP Adaptation Gap Report 2021.
The following deliverables are expected at the end of the assignment:
A: Layout of publication per page
- Layout of the full report (approximately 112 pages after being put into layout) in the period 15 October – 22 October, 2021. Layout is to be done in pre-prepared template provided by UDP. Two rounds of proofreading/corrections should be included in the quoted price.
- Layout of the standalone executive summary document (approximately 10 pages after being put into layout) in the period 15 October – 22 October, 2021. Layout is to be done in pre-prepared template provided by UDP. Two rounds of proofreading/corrections should be included in the quoted price.
- Design and production of up to 20 infographics for production and delivery during the period 15 August – 8 October, 2021. Figures will be produced in an iterative process as UNEP DTU Partnership will be consulting the report authors as the graphic design is progressing, and the proposed quote should thus include two rounds of corrections.
The proposal shall include a quote for each deliverable and the portfolio of the organisation submitting the proposal. Each quotes will be evaluated based on an assessment of the expert team experience and expertise, on the methodology proposed as well as on the stated price. A weighted average of these factors will provide a score which will guide the decision of the choice of the contractor for each deliverables. Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to Thomas William Dale at email@example.com.
Deadline for the submission of the offers is 6 August 2021 at 16:00 (CET – Central European Time).
Application deadline: 06/08/2021