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RESIN Actor Analysis for Urban Climate Adaptation: Methods and Tools in support of Stakeholder Analysis and Involvement

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Adaptation to climate change is a complex challenge. It is faced by a great number of uncertainties on trends and impacts, boundary problems and a diversity of stakeholders all with different interests and responsibilities. Planning for successful climate change adaptation strategies requires involvement of many different actors and stakeholders. Different stages can be distinguished in the adaptation strategy development: understanding the context, what is at stake, what are potential actions to reduce risk and vulnerabilities, how to decide on which actions to implement and execute, and monitoring progress.

Roles and contributions from stakeholders in this planning process will likely differ from one stage to a next one. This report presents an overview of methods and tools in support of a stakeholder analysis for the various steps and stages of preparing for and developing and implementing climate adaptation strategies.

This overview presents some approaches based on RESIN partners experiences

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RESIN project

Published in Climate-ADAPT Mar 15 2018   -   Last Modified in Climate-ADAPT Mar 04 2020

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