The NCCRA report showed NZ's most significant risks in 5 domains - natural environment, human, economy, and built environment, and governance.
The Ministry of the Environment's report, "National Climate Change Risks Assessment," cites built environment as NZ's climate action priority.
Low impact development and green infrastructure are good options for sustainable climate adaptation and mitigation strategies for climate change.
The TRB circular contains climate adaptation information practitioners and researchers in state and local transportation agencies could use for planning.
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 study, "Climate Change Adaptation Actions in Tirana," discusses the changing weather patterns in Tirana, its effects, and the city’s responses.
The paper presents research results and case studies on the use of innovative techniques to cope with drought and contribute to food security in dry areas.
The researchers conducted the Somerville, Mass. drainage system case study to reflect the many attributes of an effective climate adaptation and planning.
The paper will benefit the engineering sector – students, practitioners, and educators, professionals, infrastructure asset managers, development planners.