IC3 researchers are designing ways we can build resilient communities and economies that will be better able to withstand the accelerating impacts of a changing climate. Risk assessments are shedding light on how climate change will impact our critical infrastructure, businesses and supply chains, public health, and our most vulnerable communities. Research is also pointing to strategies that will help us adapt to these new conditions using nature-based solutions, technology, planning and land use changes, and rethinking our financial, health and social support systems.
New publications from our members
- Accounting for diversity: Exploring the inclusivity of recreation planning in the United Kingdom's protected areas in Landscape and Urban Planning – co-authored by Brendon Larson
- Draining the Swamp: National and Local Regulation of Drainage in a 1396 English Sewer Commission Report in Speculum – co-authored by Steven Bednarski
- Encouraging co-benefits in climate-affected hazard adaptation: Developing and testing a scorecard for project design and evaluation in International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction – co-authored by Brent Doberstein
- Socioeconomics determinants of household carbon footprint in Iskandar Malaysia in Journal of Cleaner Production – co-authored by Brent Doberstein
- Transdisciplinary partnerships for sustainability: an evaluation guide in Sustainability Science – co-authored by Derek Armitage
- Trends and predictors of wetland conversion in urbanizing environments in the Journal of Environmental Management – co-authored by Michael Drescher