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The objective of this conceptual and methodological paper is to identify possible different options for research into the consequences of migration for adaptation to damaging climate change impacts.
This paper addresses the ‘co-benefits approach’ as a means of integrating climate concerns into local planning and development control in general.
This paper argues that while some public authorities are responding in a sophisticated way to climate risk, changes are needed to support wider adoption of best-practice approaches. The authors makes four recommendations that could help boards and directors to better manage climate risks.
The purpose of this paper is to present a forward-looking case of climate change induced displacement in the Pacific Islands as a multidimensional phenomenon with a moral dimension.