Experiences Applying the Climate Resilience Framework: Linking Theory With Practice
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This paper discusses the evolution and application of the Climate Resilience Framework (CRF). The framework focuses on the roles of systems, agents, institutions, and exposure in climate resilience and adaptation, and supports planning and strategic policy development using iterative shared learning techniques. Conceptual foundations of the CRF are explored, along with its application in a range of implementation and research contexts, including: urban planning (Asia), food systems (Nepal, Central America), and post-flood recovery (Pakistan, USA). These illustrate how analysis of system dynamics and agent behaviour in different institutional contexts can be used to identify points of entry for building resilience. Keywords: Floods, Hurricanes, Typhoons; Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation; Shared Learning Processes; Systems Thinking; Urban Planning. Retrieve article at https://doi.org/10.1080/09614524.2014.909385
Author: Marcus Moench
Keywords: Floods, Hurricanes, Typhoons; Resilience and Climate Change Adaptation; Shared Learning Processes; Systems Thinking; Urban Planning
Citation: Moench, M. (2014). Experiences applying the climate resilience framework: linking theory with practice. Development in Practice, 24(4), 447-464. doi:10.1080/09614524.2014.909385
Funded by: Rockefeller Foundation