1 edition of Planning communities for a changing climate found in the catalog.
Planning communities for a changing climate
United States. Congress. House. Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming
|LC Classifications||KF27.5 .E544 2008d|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||2011388002|
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communities a re vulnerable to sea-level rise and extreme weather ‘A Changing Climate for Spatial Planning’ in Planning. Spatial planning has a vital role to play in the move to a low carbon energy future and in adapting to climate change.
To do this, spatial planning must develop and implement new approaches. Elizabeth Wilson and Jake Piper explore a wide range of issues in this comprehensive book. The climate has changed and communities across America are living with the consequences: rapid sea level rise, multi-state wildfires, heat waves, and enduring drought.
Living with Climate Change: How Communities Are Surviving and Thriving in a Changing Climate details the steps cities are taking now to protect lives and businesses, to reduce. The book has been produced as a response to this need. It focuses on enhancing the adaptive capacity of the Philippine agriculture.
The sector is the most vulnerable and severely affected by climate change; it is highly dependent on natural resources, and it has the highest incidence of poverty and lagging growth compared with the rest of the economy.
Planning With Diverse Communities offers the information and tools planners need to engage people of color in planning processes and improve quality of life for all in ethnically and racially diverse communities.
The authors explore the country's changing demographics, review the social and economic inequities facing many communities of color. "Local Climate Action Planning is a smart playbook that will prove invaluable to local governments looking to slash their greenhouse gas emissions as they reap the benefits of saving energy and money.
It guides readers through clear strategies and action steps, and distills lessons from the nation's most innovative cities and counties.". Planners have an important role to play in helping communities meet energy needs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and adapt to a changing climate.
While most planners recognize the significance of these issues, they are still working to translate these imperatives into on-the-ground plans, actions, and regulations.
Since the book's foundation is built upon empirically rich examples and analytically deep descriptions, the methods and overview of climate change management for planners in a coastal setting are also applicable within communities whose geographical features pose similar challenges through different forms of climate, social or ecological Cited by: 5.
Climate Change Annotated Bibliography CIP's Climate Change Committee (CCC) is proud to launch a series of annotated bibliographies. This initiative explores the dynamic and challenging issues that affect the ability of the planning profession to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, while adapting to the impacts of climate change.
PLANNING COMMITTEE ON PROTECTING THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF COMMUNITIES IN A CHANGING CLIMATE 1. HENRY ANDERSON, Adjunct Professor, Occupational and Environmental Health, University of Wisconsin Department of Population Health Sciences; former Chief Medical Officer, Wisconsin Division of Public Health PAUL A.
GK: Planning has a significant role here. Climate change doesn’t prescribe to traditional planning boundaries, so requires new thinking about what constitutes a site. Planning needs a much broader context, bringing in extended understanding of infrastructure, habitat and ecology.
We must also re-think infrastructure. The Climate Change Adaptation planning effort for San Luis Obispo County was a highly informative and motivating process that combined science and the collective knowledge of community leaders and informed citizens to identify strategic actions needed to proactively address the potential impacts of climate change in our region.
Get this from a library. Planning communities for a changing climate: smart growth, public demand and private opportunity: hearing before the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming, House of Representatives, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, J [United States.
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Home > Policy > Policy Platform > Current PIA Policy Positions > Climate Change (05/10). Print; Policy Planning in a Changing Climate (08/15) PIA POSITION. The Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) accepts the scientific assessments of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that human activity is changing our global climate, that irreversible change is already.
Planning Framework for a Climate-Resilient Economy (): Tool, developed through a technical assistance project with the Rhode Island Division of Planning, to help communities assess how climate change could affect their economy, improve their economic resilience, and think creatively about ways to prosper in a changing climate.
The workshop focused on climate scenario planning and introduced a leading theory on how communities might gauge success in climate adaptation. The purpose of the final workshop—scheduled for March of —will be to formalize the community’s efforts and ideas into a working plan.COVID Resources.
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