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Experiences of Bottom-up Adaptation Approaches in Europe and Beyond

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Experiences of Bottom-up Adaptation Approaches in Europe and Beyond

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Boteler, Benjamin; Katrina Abhold; Jenny Tröltzsch et al. 2015: Experiences of Bottom-up Adaptation Approaches in Europe and Beyond. BASE Deliverable 4.2.

This report takes stock of adaptation planning and measures to date in Europe and globally. Case studies for assessment were selected based on criteria developed in line with the key principles and objectives of BASE. The report provides a general assessment of 136 selected case studies focusing on aspects including types of measure, stakeholder groups involved, sectors, decision support tools (participatory and economic), and funding sources. A further nine case studies are then explored in more detail in regard to measure selection and methods.

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English
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Benjamin Boteler
Katrina Abhold
Gil Penha-Lopes
Ana Lúcia Fonseca
Inês Campos
Anders Branth Pedersen
Anne Jensen
Ad Jeuken
Femke Schasfoort
Maaike Maarse
Mark Zandervoort
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Adaptation, climate change, sustainability, Europe, cost-benefit analysis, stakeholder commitment, effectiveness of political instruments, knowledge transfer, bottom-up, top-down, environmental governance
Europe, United States, Singapore, Brazil, Peru
case studies