Related research

This page is very much work in progress as I have a substantial list of people and research projects that will take a while to get on here -if you have personal recommendations please add to this page through the comments facility.

Adaptation and Resilience in a Changing Climate – Coordination Network The ARCC CN brings together researchers and stakeholders involved in adaptation to technological, social and environmental change, in particular in the built environment and infrastructure sectors, and in climate change.

Constructed Complexities  –a network of scholars and workshop series

Pelling, M.  (2011) Adaptation to climate change: from resilience to transformation (Routlegde)

Ranger and Garbett-Shiels (2012) Accounting for a changing and uncertain climate in planning and policymaking today: lessons for developing countries

Sampson et al. (2013) US based research article ‘Staying cool in a changing climate: Reaching vulnerable populations during heat events

Sdei, Arianna -PhD: An investigation into climate adaptation measures applied to retrofit social housing in the south east of England

Tang, S. and Dessai, S. (2012). Usable science? The UK Climate Projections 2009 and decision support for adaptation planning

Third Sector Research Centre  particularly their 2012 work on  how those active in small, below the radar, community groups gain the skills, knowledge and resources they need to meet their goals and objectives (Working Paper 91)

UCL Energy Institute -read their blog here that often tackles issues related to adaptation to a changing climate

Urban Climate Change Research Network a consortium of individuals and institutions dedicated to the analysis of climate change mitigation and adaptation and energy issues from an urban perspective


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