What would a climate-adapted settlement look like in 2030? A case study of Inverloch and Sandy Point

The issue considered by this research report revolves around the broad themes or questions such as: what are we adapting to?; who or what adapts?; and, how does adaptation occur? The challenge that these questions create is that the concept of an adapted settlement encompasses both ‘visual’ and ‘process’ dimensions. Therefore, there is a need to understand how the settlement will decide what it wants to look like in a climate adapted world, and how the settlement is going to achieve this successful adaptation response by (and beyond) 2030.

Janet Stanley
Robert Birrell
Peter Brain
Marion Carey
Michelle Duffy
Scott Ferraro
Steb Fisher
David Griggs

Monitoring and Evaluation for Community-Based Adaptation (CBA)

A two-part webinar titled "Monitoring and Evaluation for Community-Based Adaptation (CBA): Unpacking the CARE PMERL and ARCAB approaches and their inter-connection" was developed with climate adaptation specialists related to CARE International's Poverty, Environment and Climate Change Network (PECCN) and the Action Research for Community Adaptation in Bangladesh (ARCAB) research program led by the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD), and took place on Friday May 17 2013.

Tine Rossing

Water, Planning, Adaptation, and Collaboration for Climate Change

The New Institute in Rotterdam hosted the annual L'Enfant Lecture.

The lecture was organized by the American Planning Association and was part of a professional study tour in the Netherlands to explore how protection methods can be used and applied to coastal regions throughout the United States.

The lecture "Water, Planning, Adaptation, and Collaboration for Climate Change" was presented by Renée Jones-Bos, former Ambassador to the United States from the Netherlands.

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