Climate adaptation approaches and key policy characteristics : Cases from South Asia

@inproceedings{Vij2017ClimateAA,
  title={Climate adaptation approaches and key policy characteristics : Cases from South Asia},
  author={Sumit Vij and Eddy Moors and Bashīr Aḥmad and Md. Arfanuzzaman and Suruchi Bhadwal and Robbert Biesbroek and Giovanna Gioli and Annemarie Groot and Dwijen Mallick and Bimal Regmi and Basharat Ahmed Saeed and Sultan Ishaq and Bhuwan Thapa and Saskia E. Werners and Philippus Wester},
  year={2017}
}
This paper analyses and assesses how existing policies and approaches in South Asia consider long-term climate change adaptation. Presently, it is unclear what approaches are used in the existing policies to cope with the future climatic changes. Our research framework consists of two components. First, we identify and define key characteristics of adaptation policy approaches based on a review of scientific journal articles. The key characteristics identified are institutional flexibility… CONTINUE READING

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