Framing climate change adaptation in policy development and implementation

Fuenfgeld, H and McEvoy, D 2013, Framing climate change adaptation in policy development and implementation, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR), Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report Framing climate change adaptation in policy development and implementation
Author(s) Fuenfgeld, H
McEvoy, D
Year of publication 2013
Publisher Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR)
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Land Use and Environmental Planning
Abstract/Summary This project was funded by VCCCAR and coordinated by the Climate Change Adaptation Program at RMIT University, in collaboration with Monash University and the University of Melbourne. The research investigated some of the key framing challenges of adaptation through four discrete work packages: 1. Operationalising adaptation by local and regional authorities through the development of an overarching local adaptation planning 'navigator', 2. Analysing the economic dimension of both climate-related impacts and adaptation, 3. Developing and testing of proposed adaptation guidance in close consultation with State Government and local authorities to ensure that deliverables are 'fit for purpose', and 4. Exploring the role of social narratives to assess how different groups identify with climate change at the local scale. This policy brief summarises research from all four work packages to highlight policy implications for better understanding the role of framing of climate change adaptation at the local and regional scale.
Commissioning body Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research (VCCCAR)
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