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Book Chapter
In Enhanced governance approaches for mitigation and adaptation to climate change – An Asia Focus

It has been widely regarded that policies and institutions that are adaptive in nature can deal with climate change adaptation. However, verifying the veracity of this hypothesis is difficult due to the absence of long experience in climate change adaptation in most countries. This chapter is based on reviews and questionnaire survey on evolution...

Book Chapter
In Enhanced governance approaches for mitigation and adaptation to climate change – An Asia Focus

In the on-going debate on climate change adaptation, much has been focused on the developing countries and little emphasis has been made on the need for adaptation in the developed countries. To fill this gap, this study aims to seek how far a developed country is responding to climate change by considering Japanese agriculture initiatives. The...

Presentation

Do adaptive policies mean effective policies? Some Implications for Governing CCA and DRR

Tokyo Earth System Governance Conference
Peer-reviewed Article
In Earth System Governance Tokyo Conference
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It has been widely regarded that policies that are adaptive in nature are better able to deal with dynamic and uncertain issues such as environmental degradation and climate change adaptation. However, verifying the veracity of this hypothesis is difficult in the field of climate change often due to absence of long experience of policy making for...