Resilience, Disaster and Community Capacity: A Literature Review


Resilience, Disaster and Community Capacity: A literature Review Summary

By Samantha Thurlow, UNB

Climate change is a significant threat to the economic, environmental and social sustainability of communities vulnerable to sea level rise, coastal erosion, flooding, increases in storm frequency and severity, and changes to natural resources such as forestry, fisheries and agriculture. These risk factors have motivated governments to invest in increasing community capacity to adapt to a changing climate.

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