From the ground up: How communities can collaborate to drive local adaptation and influence the national agenda

by Will Bugler and Olivia Palin
Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), March 2017

12 pp. 721 kB
https://cdkn.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Caribbean-communities-PB_Proof3.pdf

While climate change may be driven by global processes, it is at the local level where the damage caused by climate impacts like hurricanes, storms and floods is felt most acutely. Responses to climate change are inextricably linked to the local context in which they emerge. Caribbean decision-makers increasingly recognise that ‘top-down’ approaches to climate adaptation are insufficient to deliver effective climate resilience-building outcomes. Instead, multi-level governance systems are now seen as best practice for delivering adaptation actions at the local level, especially where small and medium sized communities rely on climate vulnerable sectors such as fishing or tourism.

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