Framing the application of adaptation pathways for rural livelihoods and global change in eastern Indonesian islands

@inproceedings{Butler2014FramingTA,
  title={Framing the application of adaptation pathways for rural livelihoods and global change in eastern Indonesian islands},
  author={James R. A. Butler and Wayan Suadnya and Ketut Puspadi and Yusuf Sutaryono and Russell Wise and Tim Skewes and Dewi Galuh Condro Kirono and Erin Bohensky and T. Handayani and Putrawan Habibi and M. Hristovska Kisman and Ignatius Suharto and Hanartani and S. Supartarningsih and Adi Ripaldi and Ahmad Rasyidi Fachry and Y. Yanuartati and Gilvari Abbas and Kate Duggan and Andrew Ash},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract In developing countries adaptation responses to climate and global change should be integrated with human development to generate no regrets, co-benefit strategies for the rural poor, but there are few examples of how to achieve this. The adaptation pathways approach provides a potentially useful decision-making framework because it aims to steer societies towards sustainable futures by accounting for complex systems, uncertainty and contested multi-stakeholder arenas, and by… CONTINUE READING

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