A review of decision-support models for adaptation to climate change in the context of development

@inproceedings{Nay2014ARO,
  title={A review of decision-support models for adaptation to climate change in the context of development},
  author={John J. Nay and Mark Abkowitz and Eric Chu and Daniel Patrick Gallagher and Helena Wright},
  year={2014}
}
In order to increase adaptive capacity and empower people to cope with their changing environment, it is imperative to develop decision-support tools that help people understand and respond to challenges and opportunities. Some such tools have emerged in response to social and economic shifts in light of anticipated climatic change. Climate change will play out at the local level, and adaptive behaviours will be influenced by local resources and knowledge. Community-based insights are essential… CONTINUE READING

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