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Leveraging endogenous climate resilience: Urban adaptation in Pacific Small Island Developing States

Source(s):  Sage Publications (Sage)

This paper reflects on two ongoing participatory action research projects conducted by UN-Habitat and research partners from Australian universities in Honiara, Solomon Islands and Port Vila, Vanuatu. Findings from consultations across 16 communities demonstrate the critical role of endogenous modes of resilience, as well as the strong correlation between these spaces and sub-city climate vulnerability. Cross-scale integration with climate resilience planning processes is then used to examine points of conflict between stakeholder interpretations of core functions within socioecological systems, demonstrating the importance of considering values and conflict within urban climate adaptation.



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  • Leveraging endogenous climate resilience: Urban adaptation in Pacific Small Island Developing States
  • Publication date 2018
  • Author(s) Trundle, Alexei; Barth, Bernhard; Mcevoy, Darryn
  • Number of pages 22 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 1746-0301

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