reference : Low-regrets incrementalism: Land use planning adaptation to accelerating sea level rise in Florida’s coastal communities

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Abstract Sea level rise is one of the climate change effects most amenable to adaptation planning as the impacts are familiar and the nature of the phenomenon is unambiguous. Yet, significant uncertainties remain. Using a normative framework of adaptive management and natural hazards planning, we examine how coastal communities in Florida are planning in the face of accelerating sea level rise through analysis of planning documents and interviews with planners. We clarify that communities are taking a low-regrets incremental approach with increasingly progressive measures motivated by confidence in planning intelligence and direct experience with impacts attributable to sea level rise.
Author Butler, William H.; Robert E. Deyle; Cassidy Mutnansky
DOI 10.1177/0739456X16647161
Issue 3
Journal Journal of Planning Education and Research
Keywords SLR; coastal; SE; Adaptation; climate change; Urban
Pages 319-332
Title Low-regrets incrementalism: Land use planning adaptation to accelerating sea level rise in Florida’s coastal communities
Volume 36
Year 2016
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