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This synthesis report provides a summary of the research activity and conveys the key findings arising from the 18 month ‘Framing Adaptation in the Victorian Context’ project undertaken between 2010 and 2012.
The guidebook has been designed to be useful to people working in a wide variety of organisational settings including: state and local government; regional planning bodies or agencies; nongovernment organisations; businesses and industry bodies, community sector organisations and community groups.
There exists a confounding variety and breadth of estimates relating to the cost of weather related disasters in Victoria and Australia. To the question “How much do disasters cost Victoria?” there is unfortunately no single answer. This paper provides a suite of estimates, each important...
This report has outlined the main tools available to economists for establishing estimates of the costs of climate change. The challenges are compounded by issues such as: the valuation of intangibles; distribution and equity considerations; discounting; deep uncertainties; and, the difficulty of incorporating low probability/high...