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Participation in Climate Change Adaptation

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Participation in Climate Change Adaptation

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Hastrup, Andreas et al. 2015: Participation in Climate Change Adaptation. BASE Deliverable 5.3.

This report aims at investigating the participation process in climate change adaptation for 22 European BASE case studies. A description of participatory methods and a further analysis of 9 BASE case studies where there has been a deliberative adaptation process present are given. Based on the results presented, a set of recommendations to policy-makers and practitioners are given. The output from D5.3 will lead up to D5.5, in which a more detailed analytical description of the framework will be given and a meta-analysis of the empirical contents will be delivered.

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Andreas Hastrup Clemmensen
Anne Haugvaldstad
André Vizinho
Gil Penha-Lopes
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Søren Gram, Roos M. den Uyl, Anders Branth Pedersen, Mette Termansen, Oliver Gebhardt, Volker Meyer, Zuzana Harmáčková, Eliška Lorencová, David Vačkář, Femke Schasfoort, Mark Zandvoort, Ad Jeuken, Rutger van de Brugge, Anne-Mari Rytkönen, Milla Mäenpää, Marta Olazabal, Pedro Iglesias, Sebastien Foudi, Marc Neumann, Jenny Tröltzsch, Margaretha Breil, Ana Iglesias, Sahran Higgins

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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, Alentejo, South Aveiro Coast, Cascais, Copenhagen, Sumava Region, Kalajoki River Basin, Kalundborg, Rotterdam, Tagus River Basin, Madrid, Cornwall, Dartmoor, Holstebro, Jena, Lake Ijsselmeer Region, Lolland, Prague, South Devon Coast, South Moravian Region, Timmendorfer Strand, U.K. Health, Ústí Region, Venice, Alentejo, South Aveiro Coast, Cascais
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