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Hopefully, the growing national awareness and activity in relation to climate change and disaster will improve response and be downscaled into these communities in the future.
Although, some learning has occurred at the national government level and by agricultural producers who are adapting practices, to date no government institution has facilitated social learning taking into account conflict, power and tactics of domination.
(eds) Climate Change Adaptation, Resilience and Hazards.
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ABSTRACT: This paper offers a commentary on and analysis of the articles in Loka Ashwood and Katherine Mac Tavish's special issue of The Journal of Rural Studies on the relationship between environmental justice studies and rural studies.
ABSTRACT: In March 2012 the Scottish Parliament unanimously passed a motion 'strongly endors[ing] the opportunity for Scotland to champion climate justice'.
An assessment is made comparing and contrasting the different suites of institutional capital (organizations, policy, and programs) in relation to drought and flood and their impact on different types, sizes, and sensitivities of agricultural producers.
This comparative analysis provides useful insights into what specific policies and programs build resilience and how this institutional capital is distributed amongst agricultural producers.
Findings: This study found that there is a low response to extreme events.An important determinant of adaptive capacity to climate change and extreme events of drought and flood is institutional capital, or the assistance provided by government, civil society and private companies through programs and policy.A strong institutional capital provides adaptive strategies for agricultural producers and rural communities that not only assist in prevention of disaster, but recovery and rebuilding from disaster.Recommendations for improving institutional capital and its equitable distribution are made. (2016) Canadian, Argentinean, and Colombian Programs Building Resiliency to Extreme Events.This paper will be informative for policy makers, civil society organizations, and government. In: Leal Filho W., Musa H., Cavan G., O'Hare P., Seixas J.
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