Informed adaptation: ethical considerations for adaptation researchers and decision-makers
Given the significant and irreversible impacts of climate change on communities and the environment, there is increasing focus on how to best support decision-makers to adapt to climate change. Generally, the research on this tends to focus on assessing how decision-makers navigate elements of risk and uncertainty in deciding to what extent they should adapt their practice if at all, however, scientific researchers also have a key role to play in supporting these adaptation decisions. Given...[Show more]
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|Source:||Global Environmental Change|
|Lacey J et al Informed adaptation ethical considerations 2015.pdf||5.01 MB||Adobe PDF|
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