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The resilience renaissance? Unpacking of resilience for tackling climate change and disasters, SCR Discussion Paper 1
The term 'resilience' is increasingly used in the context of discussion, policies and programming around climate change adaptation ('adaptation') and disaster risk reduction (DRR). It has becomeExpand
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Transformational resilience thinking: putting people, power and politics at the heart of urban climate resilience
Resilience is receiving substantial traction as a concept to inform climate change and development policies and programmes. At the same time, a number of critiques have emerged that question its useExpand
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The 3As: tracking resilience across BRACED
This paper presents an explanatory framework for measuring resilient outcomes that embraces and makes sense of the current diversity in resilience approaches. Here, outcomes from BRACED projects areExpand
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Characterising resilience: unpacking the concept for tackling climate change and development
The term ‘resilience’ is increasingly used in the context of discussion, policies and programming around climate change adaptation1 (‘adaptation’) and disaster risk reduction2. It has becomeExpand
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Challenges for resilience policy and practice
Resilience is interpreted in multiple, often conflicting ways, which prompts critiques but is also viewed by others as a strength, bringing together otherwise disparate groups, institutions,Expand
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Policy climates and climate policies: Analysing the politics of building urban climate change resilience
Abstract This paper examines the process of building resilience to climate change in urban areas by scrutinising the manner in which initiatives to build resilience interact with the urban policyExpand
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Policy climates and climate policies: analysing the politics of building resilience to climate change
This thesis seeks to examine the politics of building resilience to climate change by analysing the manner in which policy contexts and initiatives to build climate change resilience interact. ForExpand
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Perceptions of climate change: Applying assessments to policyand practice
The National Climate Change Impact Survey 2016 (NCCIS) asked households across Nepal to recall their individual experiences of short-term weather variations, impacts and their adaptation Expand
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