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Engaging with Communities for Climate Change Adaptation

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posted on 01.06.2020 by Janet Stephenson, Jule Barth, Sophie Bond, Gradon Diprose, Caroline Orchiston, Katy Simon, Amanda Thomas
Many of New Zealand’s urban settlements are likely to be affected by climate-induced hazards such as sea level rise, coastal erosion, flooding and rising groundwater levels, and some are already being affected. These communities face many physical, social, financial and emotional challenges, and there is significant potential for inequitable outcomes. To ensure successful adaptation, local authorities will need to adopt new approaches to engaging with communities that are exposed to these hazards.

Funding

Deep South: Engagement with Exposed Communities | Funder: UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO

History

Preferred citation

Stephenson, J., Barth, J., Bond, S., Diprose, G., Orchiston, C., Simon, K. & Thomas, A. (2020). Engaging with Communities for Climate Change Adaptation. Policy Quarterly, 16(2). https://doi.org/10.26686/pq.v16i2.6480

Journal title

Policy Quarterly

Volume

16

Issue

2

Publication date

11/05/2020

Publisher

Victoria University of Wellington Library

Publication status

Published online

Online publication date

11/05/2020

ISSN

2324-1098

eISSN

2324-1101

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