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Adaptive Governance of Disaster : Drought and Flood in Rural Areas

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Adaptive Governance of Disaster : Drought and Flood in Rural Areas
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Adaptive Governance of Disaster
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Drought and Flood in Rural Areas
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Adaptive Governance of Disaster : Drought and Flood in Rural Areas
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  • Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1.1 Purpose -- 1.2 Impacts of Climate Change on Agriculture and Society -- 1.3 The Problem Definition -- 1.3.1 Nature of the Problem -- 1.3.2 Why Adaptive Governance Is the Best Solution for the Problem -- 1.3.3 What We Know and Don't Know -- 1.4 Filling the Gaps -- 1.5 The Literature Review -- 1.6 The Case Studies -- 1.7 Focus -- 1.8 A Critical Realist Approach -- 1.9 Structure of This Book -- References -- Chapter 2: Adaptive Governance (Management, Co-management and Anticipatory) -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Why Adaptive Governance? -- 2.3 Defining Adaptive Governance -- 2.3.1 Introduction -- 2.3.2 Evolution of Adaptive Governance -- 2.3.3 Comparing Components of Adaptive Governance -- 2.3.4 Shortcomings of Adaptive Governance -- 2.4 Enhancement of Adaptive Governance -- 2.4.1 Risk -- 2.4.2 Model of Adaptive Governance and Problem Structuring -- 2.4.3 Adaptive Governance and the Split Ladder of Participation (Inclusive Development) -- 2.5 Goals of Adaptive Governance -- 2.5.1 Adaptive Governance Aims to (a) Reduce the Risk of d&f -- 2.5.2 Adaptive Governance Aims to (b) Increase Livelihood Capitals of Agricultural Producers -- 2.5.3 Adaptive Governance Aims to (c) Enhance the Adaptive Capacity of Institutions -- 2.6 Implications of Adaptive Governance for Climate Related d&f Research -- References -- Chapter 3: Methodology: Institutional Analysis and Adaptive Governance -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Evolution of the Method -- 3.3 Conceptual Framework and Operationalization -- 3.3.1 Overview and Conceptual Model -- 3.3.2 Formal Institutions and Organizations -- 3.3.3 Instruments -- 3.3.4 Drivers -- 3.3.5 Policy Effects on Actors -- 3.3.6 Social Learning -- 3.3.7 Policy Effects on Society: Livelihoods -- 3.3.8 Instrument Redesign
  • 3.4 Methods -- 3.4.1 Content Analysis -- 3.4.2 Interviews -- 3.5 Limits -- 3.6 Inferences -- References -- Chapter 4: International Level -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Drivers -- 4.3 International Institutions -- 4.3.1 Four Distinct Institutional Clusters and Their Evolution -- 4.3.2 Institutions -- 4.3.3 Organizational Linkages and Interactions -- 4.4 Instruments -- 4.4.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 4.4.2 Economic Instruments -- 4.4.3 Suasive Instruments -- 4.4.4 Managerial Instruments -- 4.5 Adaptive Governance and Problem Structuring -- 4.6 Learning at the International Level -- 4.7 Re-designing Instruments -- References -- Law -- Chapter 5: Case Study Saskatchewan, Canada -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Case Study Area -- 5.3 Main Drivers Impacting Rural Agricultural Producers -- 5.4 Institutions (Organizations) That Build Capacity for Climate Change, d&f -- 5.5 Instruments Responding to Climate Change, d&f -- 5.5.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 5.5.2 Economic Instruments -- 5.5.3 Suasive Instruments -- 5.5.4 Managerial Instruments -- 5.6 Adaptive Governance and Problem Structuring -- 5.7 Impacts of Instruments on Actors Measured by Mandate Effectiveness -- 5.7.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 5.7.2 Economic Instruments -- 5.7.3 Suasive Instruments -- 5.7.4 Managerial Instruments -- 5.8 Assessment of Learning -- 5.9 Instrument Impacts on Livelihood Capitals -- 5.9.1 Human Capital -- 5.9.2 Social Capital -- 5.9.3 Economic Capital -- 5.9.4 Technological Capital -- 5.9.5 Natural Capital -- 5.10 Re-designing Instruments with the ACW -- References -- Laws -- Chapter 6: Case Study Alberta, Canada -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Case Study Area -- 6.3 Main Drivers Impacting Rural Agricultural Producers -- 6.4 Institutions (Organizations) That Build Capacity for Climate Change, d&f -- 6.5 Instruments Responding to Climate Change, d&f -- 6.5.1 Regulatory Instruments
  • 6.5.2 Economic Instruments -- 6.5.3 Suasive Instruments -- 6.5.4 Managerial Instruments -- 6.6 Adaptive Governance and Problem Structuring -- 6.7 Impact of Instruments on Actors Measureby Mandate Effectiveness -- 6.7.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 6.7.2 Economic Instruments -- 6.7.3 Suasive Instruments -- 6.7.4 Managerial Instruments -- 6.8 Assessment of Learning -- 6.9 Instrument Impacts on Livelihood Capitals -- 6.9.1 Human Capital -- 6.9.2 Social Capital -- 6.9.3 Economic Capital -- 6.9.4 Technological Capital -- 6.9.5 Natural Capital -- 6.10 Re-designing Instruments with the ACW -- References -- Laws -- Chapter 7: Case Study Coquimbo, Chile -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Case Study Area -- 7.3 Main Drivers Impacting Rural Agricultural Producers -- 7.4 Institutions (Organizations) That Build Capacity for Climate Change, d&f -- 7.5 Instruments Responding to Climate Change, d&f -- 7.5.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 7.5.2 Economic Instruments -- 7.5.3 Suasive Instruments -- 7.5.4 Managerial Instruments -- 7.6 Adaptive Governance and Problem Structuring -- 7.7 Impact of Instruments on Actors Measured by Mandate Effectiveness -- 7.7.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 7.7.2 Economic Instruments -- 7.7.3 Suasive Instruments -- 7.7.4 Managerial Instruments -- 7.8 Assessment of Learning -- 7.9 Instrument Impacts on Livelihood Capitals -- 7.9.1 Human Capital -- 7.9.2 Social Capital -- 7.9.3 Economic Capital -- 7.9.4 Technological Capital -- 7.9.5 Natural Capital -- 7.10 Re-designing Instruments with the ACW -- References -- Laws -- Chapter 8: Case Study Mendoza, Argentina -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 The Case Study Area -- 8.3 Main Drivers Impacting Rural Agricultural Producers -- 8.4 Institutions (Organizations) That Build Capacity for Climate Change, d&f -- 8.5 Instruments Responding to Climate Change, d&f -- 8.5.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 8.5.2 Economic Instruments
  • 8.5.3 Suasive Instruments -- 8.5.4 Managerial Instruments -- 8.6 Adaptive Governance and Problem Structuring -- 8.7 Impacts of Instruments on Actors Measured by Mandate Effectiveness -- 8.7.1 Regulatory Instruments -- 8.7.2 Economic Instruments -- 8.7.3 Suasive Instruments -- 8.7.4 Managerial Instruments -- 8.8 Assessment of Learning -- 8.9 Instrument Impacts on Livelihood Capitals -- 8.9.1 Human Capital -- 8.9.2 Social Capital -- 8.9.3 Economic Capital -- 8.9.4 Technological Capital -- 8.9.5 Natural Capital -- 8.10 Re-designing Instruments with the ACW -- References -- Laws -- Chapter 9: Comparative Analysis -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Main Drivers Affecting Producer Livelihoods -- 9.3 Main Formal Institutions Responding to Climate Change, d&f -- 9.4 Main Instruments Responding to Climate Change, d&f -- 9.5 Impact on Actors - Effectiveness at Achieving Mandate -- 9.6 Impact of Instruments on Livelihood Capitals -- 9.6.1 Human Capital -- 9.6.2 Social Capital -- 9.6.3 Economic Capital -- 9.6.4 Technological Capital -- 9.6.5 Natural Capital -- 9.7 Comparing Adaptive Governance and Policy Structuring -- 9.8 Inferences -- References -- Chapter 10: Conclusion -- 10.1 Recalling the Research Question -- 10.2 Designing a Policy Framework to Build Rural Agricultural Producer Capacity -- 10.2.1 Comprehensive Institutional Assessment - ACWs -- 10.2.2 Participatory, Inclusive Decision Making -- 10.2.3 Focus on Learning -- 10.3 Contribution to Science -- 10.3.1 Uncertainty and Risk -- 10.3.2 Systemic Nature of the Problem -- 10.3.3 Complexity (Contested Values and Science) -- 10.3.4 A Better Theoretical Framework to Address Poor Governance -- 10.4 Contribution to Methodology -- 10.4.1 Methodological Strengths -- 10.4.2 Methodological Challenges -- 10.4.3 Recommendations for the Future -- 10.5 The Need for Inclusive Development -- References -- Appendices
  • Appendix I: Interviews -- Appendix II: Field Guide for Governance Assessment -- A. Purpose and Scope -- B. Set-Up and General Background Preparation -- C. Pre-interview -- D. The Research Interview and Themes -- Part 1: General Information Questions/Setting the Stage -- Part 2: Open-Ended Interviewing on Exposure-Sensitivities, Adaptive Strategies -- Part 3: Guided Interviewing
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