Findings show that effective flood management strategies must consider sea-level induced flooding and urban infrastructure failure.
Local councils in New Zealand have recognised climate change is a “significant future issue” that must be reflected in their long term plans.
The study shows that climate change will affect infrastructure but mitigation efforts and proactive climate adaptation could lessen these damages.
The report provides practical guidance on how local governments and communities can design and implement their climate adaptation strategies.
The study shows that climate change's impacts differ in each region; adaptation strategies and policies should be appropriated and contextualised.
The study investigates the impacts of climate change on infrastructures and people. It applies climate adaptation engineering to address these issues.
The summary report, "Early warning systems and managing the effects of El Niño" discusses the dominant role of El Niño in driving drought globally.
The paper will benefit the engineering sector – students, practitioners, and educators, professionals, infrastructure asset managers, development planners.
The Motu report provides insight into New Zealand's strategy and plan to address the impacts of climate change on their transport infrastructure and systems.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MOFA) published a report on the climate adaptation actions that they are doing in developing countries.