Learning from regional climate analogues-Summary
This factsheet summarises key findings of the NCCARF Report ‘Learning from Regional Climate Analogues’ by Jon Kellett; David Ness; Cathryn Hamilton; Stephen Pullen and Anna Leditschke.
Can we use distance as an analogue for time? If it’s true that we can, then, by studying how things are done in places that are hotter and drier than where we live today, we can learn about how communities and institutions are going to have to alter their activities in the future to respond to climate change.
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