SP 8.13 Adaptive policy pathways planning: sharing techniques, tools and experiences across domains, jurisdictions and institutional settings

Tuesday 10 May, 13.30 – 15.15, Rotterdam Hall

This session aims to share a range of experiences in using a pathways approach to adaptation planning to advance the quality and understanding of the concept, possible tools and methods, and practicalities of using the approach in policy-making and planning. The session exists of pitches on experiences and challenges, for example, on tools for exploring and evaluation pathways, institutional settings, scales, and multi-actor situations. Contributions from case studies in New Zealand, Australia, Maldives, Netherlands, Peru, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

Organised by Marjolijn Haasnoot, Deltares / Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Judy Lawrence, Victoria University, New Zealand
Karyn Bosomworth, RMIT University, Australia
Chair Bert Enserink, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Rapporteurs Sadie McEvoy, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Andrew Warren, Deltares, the Netherlands
Presentations

Jon Barnett, University of Melbourne, Austraulia
Sally Brown, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Judy Lawrence, Victoria University, New Zealand
Rob Lempert/Nidhi Kalra, RAND Corporation, USA
Umme Kulsum, Buet, Bangladesh

HOSTS OF THE CONFERENCE