The value of linking mitigation and adaptation: a case study of Bangladesh.

@article{Ayers2009TheVO,
  title={The value of linking mitigation and adaptation: a case study of Bangladesh.},
  author={Jessica M Ayers and Saleemul Huq},
  journal={Environmental management},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 5},
  pages={753-64}
}
There are two principal strategies for managing climate change risks: mitigation and adaptation. Until recently, mitigation and adaptation have been considered separately in both climate change science and policy. Mitigation has been treated as an issue for developed countries, which hold the greatest responsibility for climate change, while adaptation is seen as a priority for the South, where mitigative capacity is low and vulnerability is high. This conceptual divide has hindered progress… CONTINUE READING
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