1 edition of Adaptive governance and climate change found in the catalog.
Adaptive governance and climate change
Ronald D. Brunner
Includes bibliographical references (p. 317-396) and index.
|Statement||Ronald D. Brunner and Amanda H. Lynch|
|Contributions||Lynch, Amanda H.|
|LC Classifications||QC903 .B78 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||2009053569|
Civilizations have always depended on water. It’s no surprise, then, that laws pertaining to water and water governance have been around for thousands of years. All of that experience shows how difficult it is to govern water well. Climate change compounds these challenges.
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Review “In the wake of Copenhagen, this book couldn’t be more timely for those genuinely concerned about climate change and disappointed with the outcomes of climate policies to date. Brunner and Lynch have provided a much-needed reframing of climate science, policy, and decision making in the context of adaptive governance.”Cited by: Adaptive Governance and Climate Change.
Authors: Brunner, Ronald, Lynch, Amanda Free Preview. Makes the case for adaptive governance as a complementary approach in the climate change regime ; Introduces new concepts; Gives a modern approach; see more benefits. Buy this book About this book Brand: American Meteorological Society.
Adaptive governance and climate change is a timely, cogent and to some degree provocative contribution to the growing literature on climate change Adaptive governance and climate change book solutions that argues the need to open the established climate change regime to additional approaches to science, policy and decision making, such as adaptive governance.
The book casts the challenge for national and international policy on climate change. The book Adaptive Governance and Climate Change, Ronald D. Brunner and Amanda H. Lynch is published by American Meteorological Society. Adaptive Governance and Climate Change, Brunner, Lynch The Chicago Distribution Center has reopened and is fulfilling orders.
The existing governance lack capacity, knowledge, and leadership skills to manage the uncertainties and challenges posed by climate change.
This book aims to explain how the governance of climate change adaptation and mitigation is being shaped in the region and how climate change is impacting upon the governance of natural : Hardcover.
Draws on good governance, vulnerability and resilience-based approaches to better understand the challenges of building adaptive capacity across temporal and spatial scales. Assesses the implications of climate change for the broader governance context, and the adaptability of that context to the impacts of climate : Springer Netherlands.
About this book. Introduction. As greenhouse gas emissions and temperatures at the poles continue to rise, so do damages from extreme weather events affecting countless lives. Meanwhile, ambitious international efforts to cut emissions (Kyoto, Copenhagen) have proved to be politically ineffective or infeasible.
Two perspectives have dominated the social science discourse on climate change adaptation. Firstly, an international narrative among UN and donor agencies of technical and financial support for planned climate change adaptation. Secondly, a significant volume of studies discuss how local communities can undertake their own autonomous adaptation.
Effective and sustainable climate adaptation. Adaptive Governance and Climate Change in the Tropical Highlands of Western South America. Climate change governance is in a state of enormous flux. New and more dynamic forms of governing are appearing around the international climate regime centred on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
They appear to be emerging spontaneously from the bottom up, producing a more dispersed pattern of governing, which. The existing governance lack capacity, knowledge, and leadership skills to manage the uncertainties and challenges posed by climate change.
This book aims to explain how the governance of climate change adaptation and mitigation is being shaped in the region and how climate change is impacting upon the governance of natural resources.
Adaptive governance and climate change book Global climate adaptation governance in the Amazon through a polycentricity lens. Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional, Vol.
62, Issue. 2, Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional, Vol. 62, Issue. Climate adaptation governance – theory, concepts, and praxis in cities and regions. The role of climate and water governance in supporting climate change adaptation processes (Pages: ) Walter Leal Filho; Margot A.
Hurlbert; Harry Diaz. The book presents a new perspective, where climate change is viewed as a new type of adaptation challenge for humanity, or what Heifetz et al.
() refer to as an «adaptive challenge» – a challenge that draws attention to mind-sets, and the assumptions that underpin attitudes on change itself. Adaptive challenges are both personal and. In this context, it is too easy to see adaptation as a narrowly defensive task – protecting core assets or functions from the risks of climate change.
A more profound engagement, which sees climate change risks as a product and driver of social as well as natural systems, and their interaction, is called by: Climate Change Governance and Adaptation explores the dynamic interactions between governance and climate change.
The focus is broadened beyond the state to the various actors – the state, markets, civil society and communities – involved in responses to climate change through eight South Asian case studies.
Critically explores how cities are engaging in climate change mitigation, adaptation and experimentation at a variety of urban and global scales Identifies new ways cities can contribute to low carbon development pathways in responding to global climate change Illustrates how city-engagement in Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Adaptive capacity - the ability of a social-ecological system (or the components of that system) to be robust to disturbances and capable of responding to changes - is increasingly recognized as a critical attribute of multi-level environmental governance. Preface 1. The governance of adaptation to climate change and the need for actionable knowledge: The challenges of climate change adaptation and the promise of action research Arwin van Buuren, Mathijs van Vliet and Catrien Termeer 2.
Forms and foundations of action research Patrick Huntjens, Jasper Eshuis, Catrien Termeer and Arwin van Buuren 3. ADAPTIVE GOVERNANCE Decentralized decision-making structures, supported by sound natural and social science, provide the basis for adaptive EbA governance.
They allow a large, complex problem like global climate change to be factored into many smaller problems, each of which are more tractable for policy and scientific purposes. Improving. Get this from a library.
Adaptive governance and climate change. [Ronald D Brunner; Amanda H Lynch] -- While recent years have seen undeniable progress in international acknowledgement both of the dangers of climate change and the importance of working to mitigate it, little has actually been.
a robust basis for further research on the adaptation of forests and people to climate change. This book is dedicated to one of our Lead Au-thors, our friend and colleague David Karnosky who deceased in October Risto Seppälä Chair of the Expert Panel on Adaptation of Forests to Climate Change Preface Acknowledgements.
Adaptation to climate change is not only a technical issue; above all, it is a matter of governance. Governance is more than government and includes the totality of interactions in which public as well as private actors participate, aiming to solve societal problems.
Adaptation governance poses some specific, demanding challenges, such as the context of institutional fragmentation, as climate Author: Catrien Termeer, Arwin van Buuren, Art Dewulf, Dave Huitema, Heleen Mees, Sander Meijerink, Marleen.
Adaptive governance and climate change. [Ronald D Brunner; Amanda H Lynch] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for this book couldn't be more timely for those genuinely concerned about climate change and disappointed with the outcomes of climate policies to date.
Climate Change and Water Governance book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The book presents detailed case studies examining the Author: Margot Hill.
Not least because climate change is a global issue, adaptation will require an international response. This book aims to identify issues, both theoretical and practical, that States face in establishing cooperative transboundary mechanisms to effectively adapt water management to climate change.
Climate change adaptation in South Asia is redefining the roles of different actors in the governance processes. The existing governance lack capacity, knowledge, and leadership skills to manage the uncertainties and challenges posed by climate change.
This book aims to explain how the governance of. That is why the book “Climate Change Governance and Adaptation: Case Studies from South Asia” is so important.
Edited by Anamika Barua of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) – Guwahati, Vishal Narain of the Management Development Institute in Gurgaon (India) and Sumit Vij at Wageningen University (Netherlands), some of the chapters. Her research on global governance and adaptation has been published in academic journals, including Global Environmental Politics, Global Governance and International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, and as the book Displacement, Development and Climate Change: International Organizations Moving Beyond Their Cited by: Governance of social dilemmas in climate change adaptation.
Integrating adaptive governance and participatory multicriteria methods: a framework for climate adaptation governance. by: First, where climate governance necessitates change at a behavioural level, there is a need to educate the public in order to achieve this (for example reducing car travel).
Where successful, this offers the possibility that communities can become self governing, for example choosing to. As the papers for our conference keep coming in and are uploaded to this site, we like to take the opportunity to highlight another keynote paper “In search of a robust strategy for governing climate change adaptation” by Daniel Mazmanian, John Jurewitz and Hal T.
Nelson. The abstract reads: “This paper identifies the governance of adaptation to climate change as a. Climate change governance poses difficult challenges for contemporary political/administrative systems. These systems evolved to handle other sorts of problems and must now be adapted to handle emerging issues of climate change mitigation and adaptation.
This paper examines long-term climate governance, particularly in relation to overcoming. Climate change in this book is seen not only as an environmental problem but as a societal challenge too and as such discusses the governance. The book is particularly timely as countries increase their investments in climate change adaptation and look for learnings to inform future policy and practice.
IIED's Susannah Fisher and Neha Rai contribute to the chapter Evaluating Climate Change Adaptation: Learning From Methods in International Development Adaptation to climate change is not only a technical issue; above all, it is a matter of governance. Governance is more than government and includes the totality of interactions in which public as well as private actors participate, aiming to solve societal : C.J.A.M.
Termeer, A. van Buuren, A. Dewulf, D. Huitema, D. Huitema, H. Mees, S.V. Meijerink, M. van. 8 Regulating climate change adaptation, the case of surface water Trude Rauken. 9 Climate adaptation governance – theory, concepts, and praxis in cities and regions.
The role of climate and water governance in supporting climate change adaptation processes Walter Leal Filho, Margot A. Hurlbert and Harry DiazAuthor: Jörg Knieling. Climate adaptation is an emerging priority area at all governance levels in Sweden (SCCV, ; Andersson et al., ; Miljö‐ och energidepartementet, ).
Scania is predicted to be one of the regions hardest hit by climate change, including floods, erosion and sea‐level rise (SCCV, ; Hall et al., ).Cited by: Climate change governance poses difficult challenges for contemporary political/administrative systems. These systems evolved to handle other sorts of problems and must now be adapted to handle emerging issues of climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Governance Overview. The Adaptation Fund was established to finance concrete adaptation projects and programmes in developing countries that are parties to the Kyoto Protocol and are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change.
Sincethe Adaptation Fund has committed US$ million, including supporting concrete adaptation projects. Adaptive Governance in Climate Change: The Cases of the International Climate Change Regime and Water Management in the Netherlands.
In V. Grover (Ed.), Global Warming and Climate Change (pp. ). Enfield, NH: Science Publisher by: 4.A better understanding of which governance and institutional mechanisms lead to higher adaptive capacity, and comprehending how these mechanisms relate to one another, can provide guidance to decision makers designing management and governance institutions for preparing for and responding to climate by: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) Assessments, Thought Leadership, and Learning Project has been working to synthesize promising practices and identify and adapt the most appropriate tools to assess risks and evaluate initiatives to strengthen resilience to the effects of climate change.