reference : Planning for climate adaptation: Evaluating the changing patterns of social vulnerability and adaptation challenges in three coastal cities

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Abstract While recent research has recognized the importance of considering social vulnerability, the changing patterns of social vulnerability within cities and the climate adaptation challenges these shifts pose have yet to receive much attention. In this article, we evaluate the changing patterns of social vulnerability in three coastal cities (Houston, New Orleans, and Tampa) over a thirty-year time period (1980–2010) and integrate neighborhood change theories with theories of social vulnerability to explain those patterns. Through this analysis, we highlight emerging dimensions of vulnerability that warrant attention in the future adaptation efforts of these cities.
Author Kashem, Shakil Bin; Bev Wilson; Van Zandt, Shannon
DOI 10.1177/0739456x16645167
Issue 3
Journal Journal of Planning Education and Research
Keywords social vulnerability,climate change adaptation,land use planning,neighborhood change
Pages 304-318
Title Planning for climate adaptation: Evaluating the changing patterns of social vulnerability and adaptation challenges in three coastal cities
Volume 36
Year 2016
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