Opportunities and Constraints
"At a time when climate change is firmly on the agenda of decision-makers and planners, and the complexity of this challenge calls for coordinated, multi-level and multi-scalar action, this book is an important contribution."Christine Ro, Environment and Urbanizationhttps://www.environmentandurbanization.org/local-action-climate-change-opportunities-and-constraints
Susie Moloney is a Senior Lecturer in Sustainability and Urban Planning in the School of Global Urban and Social Studies and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Australia. Hartmut Fnfgeld is an Associate Professor in Sustainability and Urban Planning in the School of Global Urban and Social Studies and Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Australia. Mikael Granberg is a Professor of Political Science, the Director of the Centre for Climate and Safety at Karlstad University, Sweden. He is also a research fellow and board member of the Swedish national Centre for Natural Disaster Science, CNDS.
Chapter 1. Climate Change Responses from the Global to Local Scale: An Overview Chapter 2. Using collaborative governing to catalyse climate change action in Australian municipalities Chapter 3. Governance and agency beyond boundaries: climate resilience in Port Vilas peri-urban settlements Chapter 4. Learning by Doing: Lessons from the Co-Production of Three South African Municipal Climate Change Adaptation Plans Chapter 5. Towns in Transition - Regional and Ideological Diversity among Local Climate Protection Projects and Regional Revitalization Efforts in Rural Japan Chapter. 6 Multi-level Climate Change Planning: Scale, capacity, and the ability for local action Chapter 7. Climate change adaptation, city competitiveness and urban planning in the city of Karlstad, Sweden Chapter 8. From Engagement to Empowerment: Climate Change and Resilience Planning in Baltimore City Chapter 9: Towards transformative action: learning from local experiences and contexts