The adaptive challenge of climate change [E-Book] / edited by Karen O'Brien, Elin Selboe.
O'Brien, Karen L., (editor)
Selboe, Elin, (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015
1 online resource (xvi, 329 pages)
englisch
9781139149389
9781107022980
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Table of Contents:
  • 1.
  • Climate change as an adaptive challenge /
  • Karen O'Brien and Elin Selboe
  • 2.
  • The intangibles of climate change adaptation: philosophy, ethics and values /
  • Bertrand Guillaume and Stijn Neuteleers
  • 3.
  • Urban climate change policy transitions: views from New York City and London /
  • William Solecki, Lesley Patrick, and Zoe Sprigings
  • 4.
  • Planning for climate change adaptation in urban areas /
  • Jan Erling Klausen, Inger-Lise Saglie, Knut Bjorn Stokke, and Marte Winswold
  • 5.
  • The challenge of governing adaptation in Australia /
  • Steven Waller and Jon Barnett
  • 6.
  • Emerging equity and justice concerns for climate change adaptation: a case study of New York State /
  • Peter Vancura and Robin Leichenko
  • 7.
  • Transforming towards or away from sustainability? How conflicting interests and aspirations influence local adaptation /
  • Siri Eriksen and Elin Selboe
  • 8.
  • Opportunistic adaptation: new discourses on oil, equity and environmental security /
  • Berit Kristoffersen
  • 9.
  • Place attachment, identity, and adaptation /
  • Tare Quinn, Irene Lorenzoni, and W. Neil Adger
  • 10. dtValues and traditional practices in adaptation to climate change
  • evidence from a Q method study in two communities in Labrador, Canada /
  • Johanna Wolf, Ilana Allice, and Trevor Bell
  • 11.
  • Exploring vulnerability and adaptation narratives among fishers, farmers and municipal planners in Northern Norway /
  • Grete K. Hovelsrud, Jennifer J. West, and Halvor Dannevig
  • 12.
  • Changes in organizational culture, changes in adaptive capacity? Examples from the Norwegian and Swedish electricity sectors /
  • Tor Håkon Inderberg
  • 13.
  • From informant to actor to leader: social-ecological inventories as a catalyst for leadership development in participatory community climate change adaptation /
  • Bradley May
  • 14.
  • Participation and learning for climate change adaptation: a case study of the Swedish forestry sector /
  • Åsa Gerger Swartling, Oskar Wallgren, Richard J. T. Klein, Johanna Ulmanen, and Maja Dahlin
  • 15.
  • Integral GIS: widening the frame of reference for adaptation planning /
  • Lynn D. Rosentrater
  • 16.
  • There must be more: communication to close the cultural divide /
  • Susanne C. Moser and Carol L. Berzonsky
  • 17.
  • Social transformation: the real adaptive challenge /
  • Karen O'Brien and Elin Selboe.