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August, 2009
Author: Rockefeller Foundation
In August of 2007, the Rockefeller Foundation launched its Building Climate Change Resilience initiative. This document provides a brief overview of climate change resilience as a concept, and funding being provided by Rockefeller Foundation for various programs related to building climate change...
October, 2009
Author: Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
This document reports a six-month study for the purpose of creating snapshots of the climate scenarios prevailing in the five short listed urban areas, as part of the city selection process for ACCCRN in Thailand.
November, 2009
Author: Sarah Reed, Opitz-Stapleton, S., Seraydarian, L., MacClune, K., Guibert, G.
A concise overview of ACCCRN's approach to tackling climate change. Provides insight into the climate change vulnerabilities in partner cities as well as a summary of ACCCRN's approach to dealing with climate change issues.Sarah Opitz-Stapleton; Laura Seraydarian; Karen MacClune; Greg...
November, 2009
Author: UNESCAP
This Climate Policy Brief highlights critical issues raised in the Cities and Resilience Dialogue held in Bangkok, Thailand September 28-29, 2009. The Dialogue reviewed the progress of cities in addressing the consequences of climate change with city representatives from India, Indonesia, the...
January, 2010
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The ICCSR outlines Indonesia's strategic vision that places particular emphasis on the challenges emerging in the forestry, energy, industry, transport, agriculture, coastal areas, water, waste and health sectors. The content of the roadmap has been formulated through a rigorous analysis. The...
January, 2010
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In 2014, Bandar Lampung had a population of 822,880 people and a total area of 169.21 km2. Based on this vulnerability assessment, Bandar Lampung recognized it is facing several climate impacts including flood, erosion and landslide, drought, coastal erosion and sea level rise. The emerging City...
January, 2010
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In 2014, Semarang had a population of 1.5 millionand a total area 373.70 km2. Based on this vulnerability assessment, Semarang is facing several climate impacts such as flood (both tidal flood and flash flood), coastal erosion, drought, limited access to clean water, climate disease, sea level...
November, 2010
Author: ISET, ARUP
The Urban Resilience Framework (URF) has been developed by Arup and ISET based on research, academic reference and their experiences as practitioners; including their collaboration on the Rockefeller Foundations’ Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network. Its intent is to provide an...
November, 2010
Author: ARUP
This document provides an overview of the process for establishing selection criteria and evaluation of ACCCRN intervention projects in the ACCCRN cities. The report also provides a summary of the experience to date and lessons learned.
January, 2011
Author: Marcus Moench
Catalyzing Urban Climate Resilience" describes how ten cities within the Rockefeller Foundation supported Asian Cities Climate Change Resilient Network (ACCCRN) assess climate vulnerability and apply emerging concepts of urban resilience. The ACCCRN experience offers an innovative framework...