Special issue: The governance of adaptation to climate change: a European comparative perspective

Special Issue, published in the Journal of Water and Climate Change, 2015, issue 06-1 by the Governance of Adaptation theme of Knowledge for Climate. All articles have been peer reviewed.


The articles can also be found on the website of the Journal of Water and Climate Change.

 

 

Editorial: The governance of adaptation to climate change as a multi-level, multi-sector and multi-actor challenge: a European comparative perspective
Art Dewulf, Sander Meijerink, Hens Runhaar
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.1-8 (pdf)

Handling adaptation policy choices in Sweden, Germany, the UK and the Netherlands
Eric Massey, Dave Huitema, Heiko Garrelts, Kevin Grecksch, Heleen Mees, Tim Rayner, Sofie Storbjörk, Catrien Termeer and Maik Winges
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.9-24 (pdf)

The role of leadership in regional climate change adaptation: a comparison of adaptation practices initiated by governmental and non-governmental actors
Sander Meijerink, Sabina Stiller, E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Peter Scholten, Robert Smits and Frank van Lamoen
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.25-37 (pdf)

The rationales of resilience in English and Dutch flood risk policies
Mark Wiering, Colin Green, Marleen van Rijswick, Sally Priest and Andrea Keessen
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.38-54 (pdf)

Adapting flood management to climate change: comparing policy frames and governance practices in the Low Countries
Ann Crabbé, Mark Wiering and Duncan Liefferink
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.55-70 (pdf)

Do state traditions matter? Comparing deliberative governance initiatives for climate change adaptation in Dutch corporatism and British pluralism
M. J. Vink, D. Benson, D. Boezeman, H. Cook, A. Dewulf and C. Termeer
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.71-88 (pdf)

Reconciling collaborative action research with existing institutions: insights from Dutch and German climate knowledge programmes
Catrien Termeer, Arwin van Buuren, Joerg Knieling and Manuel Gottschick
Journal of Water and Climate Change, 06-1, 2015, p.89-103 (pdf)