AdaptNet (ISSN: 1836-2478) is RMIT University Global Cities Research Institute’s Climate Change Adaptation Program network focused on urban climate change adaptation. It is produced in partnership with Nautilus Institute. This decentralized network creates a set of common knowledge and reference points for participants in the network; it offers information, analysis, and methodology to undertake urban climate change adaptive policy research and analysis. AdaptNet highlights best practice and demonstration projects. It focuses on cities in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, but acknowledges the global network of cities.
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1. People-place Relations and Climate Change 2. Climate-related Flood Risks in the Pearl River Delta 3. Livelihood Resilience in the Face of Climate Change 4. A Decade of Disaster Risk Management in India 5. Using UGI to Mitigate Excess Urban Heat: A Framework 6. Disaster and Emergency Management Conference People-place Relations and Climate Change This […]
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1. Social Representation Theory and Climate Change
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2. Climate Change Adaptation Study in Indian Context
3. Economic Risks of Climate Change in the United States
4. Comparative Analysis of Surface UHI – Australia
5. Strategies for Improving Adaptation Practice in Developing Countries
6. International Conference – Climate Change Innovation and Resilience