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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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AdaptNet Editor: Saleem Janjua, Email: adaptnet@rmit.edu.au

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AdaptNet for 30 July 2013

1. Climate Change Adaptation and Electricity Infrastructure
2. Hong Kong Business Primer on Climate Change Adaptation
3. A Stronger, More Resilient New York City
4. Health Belief Model (HBM) and Adaptive Behaviours
5. Cause-Specific Hospital Admissions on Hot Days
6. Conference on Sustainable Development and Business in Asia

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AdaptNet for 16 July 2013

  1. Adaptation to Climate Change by Australian SMEs
  2. Climate Change – Approaches to Address Loss and Damage  
  3. National Climate Change Adaptation Programme – UK
  4. A Tool to Estimate Health and Adaptation Costs 
  5. Roles of Civil Society in Governing Disaster Reduction
  6. Coastal Climate Change Guidelines Workshop – Australia
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AdaptNet for 2 July 2013

A Guide to Monitoring & Evaluating Coastal Adaptation
Effects of Educational Attainment on Climate Risk Vulnerability
Public Risks and the Challenges to Climate-Change Adaptation
Improving Cross-sectoral Adaptation for Coastal Settlements
Climate Change Adaptation in the Boardroom
Conference on Sustainable Development and Business in Asia

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AdaptNet for 18 June 2013

1. MCA of Coastal Adaptation Options for Local Government
2. Building Shared Understanding and Capacity for Climate Action
3. Floods: Health Effects and their Prevention
4. Can IWRM Increase Adaptive Capacity to Climate Adaptation?
5. Challenges of Adaptation for Local Governments
6. Sate of Australian Cities Conference 2013

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AdaptNet for 4 June 2013

  1. Literature Review – Adaptation in the Coastal Zone
  2. Using Science for Disaster Risk Reduction
  3. An EU Strategy on Adaptation to Climate Change
  4. Poverty Index as a Tool for Adaptation Intervention
  5. Supporting Decision-making for Effective Adaptation
  6. International Conference on Environment & Energy
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AdaptNet for 21 May 2013

  1. Physical and Institutional Climate Adaptation Pathways
  2. Mainstreaming Climate Adaptation into Development Planning
  3. An Independent National Adaptation Programme – England
  4. Climate Change Adaptation: The Role of Financial Sector
  5. Climate Change and Pacific Island Countries
  6. International Symposium on Cities, People & Places – Sri Lanka
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AdaptNet for 7 May 2013

  1. Urban Water Supplies; Climate Change – Australia
  2. Building Urban Resilience: Principles, Tools, and Practice
  3. The Climate Adaptation Frontier
  4. Remote Sensing (RS) and GIS for Flood Hazard Management
  5. Climate Change Adaptation and the Rental Sector
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AdaptNet for 23 April 2013

1. Adaptation of Built Environment to Climate Change
2. Have Climate Finance Promises Been Fulfilled for the LDCs?
3. Path Dependence, Physical Vulnerability & Climate Extremes
4. Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment – Thailand
5. Emergency Management and Climate Change
6. International Conference on Asian and Pacific Coasts – Indonesia

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AdaptNet for 9 April 2013

1. Functional Resilience of Port Environs in a Changing Climate
2. Mainstreaming Adaptation into Local Development Planning
3. Climate Stressors and the Vulnerability of Older Adults
4. Climate Change and Mosquito-borne Diseases in China
5. Heavy Weather: Climate and the Australian Defence Force
6. Climate Adaptation Champions 2013

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AdaptNet for 26 March 2013

  1. Enhancing the Resilience of Australia’s Seaports
  2. Adaptation or Development? Bangladesh and Vietnam
  3. Planning Approaches for Adaptation under Deep Uncertainty
  4. Climate Change Adaptation to Flood Hazards – Australia
  5. Hot Weather, Climate Change and Public Health
  6. NCCARF Climate Adaptation Conference – 2013
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