This contributing paper examines the interplay between official adaptive social protection (ASP) and grassroots efforts based on a case study of the rural reconstruction and recovery that took place after the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake in Sichuan, China.
This contributing paper assesses how private, public, and plural sector stakeholders can invest in joint platforms (SpaceForms) that foster creative solutions for systemic risks and hone their collective intelligence.
This paper summarises the Argonne National Laboratory research team’s efforts in conducting these assessments to support local public health interventions in the City of Chicago, and the potential applications for communities throughout the world.
This contributing paper discusses the relevance of the methods and case studies in informing global, national and local policymakers and decision-makers who are involved in understanding climate risks and adaptation needs for infrastructures.
This mixed methods study includes a review of the literature on current adaptive capacity indexes and compared the findings with the obstacles and determinants of adaptive capacity and climate change adaptation found in a Ghana pilot case study.
This contributing paper addresses the analysis of progresses between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR) agendas in LAC and its complementary features.