All Adaptation is Local: Will Changes in DC Affect the Adaptation Movement?

Lara Hansen, Bob Gough, Michael McCormick, Denise Fairchild, and Shamar Bibbins
Created: 12/19/2016 - Updated: 5/04/2018

Abstract

Over the past decade adaptation has been burgeoning in the United States. While the federal agencies have been part of this for the past several years, they have not always been the primary leaders. What are non-federal entities aiming to do in light of the changes expected in DC? Will their course change or be unaltered?

Published On

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Keywords

Region: 
Sector Addressed: 
Climate Justice
Culture/communities
Economics
Energy
Policy
Rural / Indigenous Livelihoods
Transportation / Infrastructure
Target Climate Changes and Impacts: 
Culture / communities
Economics
Infrastructure damage
Sea level rise
Storms or extreme weather events
Sociopolitical Setting: 
Urban
Rural

All Adaptation is Local: Will Changes in DC Affect the Adaptation Movement?

All Adaptation is Local: Will Changes in DC Affect the Adaptation Movement?

All Adaptation is Local: Will Changes in DC Affect the Adaptation Movement?