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  • Adapting to Climate Change California Resources for Local Governments

    Adrienne I. Greve Assistant Professor, City & Regional Planning

    Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo

    agreve@calpoly.edu

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  • California State Policy & Guidance

    • Policy: EO S‐03‐05, AB 32, SB 97, SB 375, SB 732, General Plan Guidelines

    • State agency guidance (a sample)

    • Dept. of Water Resources (2011)

    • Dept. of Public Health (2012

    • Dept. of Transportation (2006)

    • Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection (2008)

    • Dept. of Fish and Game (2011)

    • Emergency Management Agency (2010)

    • Natural Resources Agency (2009)

    • California Energy Commission (many)

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  • CA Adaptation Policy Guide

  • Cal-adapt

    California Energy Commission, 2011

  • • Diversity

    • Biophysical Setting

    • Jurisdiction Characteristics

    • Social/Political Feasibility

    • Jurisdiction Control

    • Scale

    • Uncertainty

    • Resources (staff, funding, expertise)

    Adaptation for Local Jurisdictions

  • State of Practice

    • Local government

    • Regional planning entities

    • State agencies and organizations

  • Adaptation Policy Guide

    Adapted from Boswell, Greve, & Seale, 2012

  • APG Structure

  • Vulnerability

    Vulnerability

    Capacity to Adapt

    Risk & Onset

    Potential Impact

    Exposure

    Sensitivity

  • Policy in the Face of Uncertainty

  • Prioritizing Strategies

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  • We want to hear from you!!!

    Public Review Draft

    California Climate Change

    ADAPTATION POLICY GUIDE

    http://resources.ca.gov/climate_adaptation/local_government/

  • Thank You!

    Contact:

    Adrienne I. Greve

    City & Regional Planning Department

    California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

    agreve@calpoly.edu

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    Contrasting Approaches to Climate Change and Hazards. Adapting to Climate Change: Lessons from Natural Hazards Planning.

    Gavin Smith, Ph.D., AICP

    Associate Research Professor

    Department of City and Regional Planning

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Executive Director

    Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence – Coastal Hazard Center

    American Planning Association Conference, Los Angeles, California

    April 2012

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    Presentation Overview

    • Climate Change Adaptation and

    Hazards Management

    – Hazard Mitigation

    – Disaster Recovery

    • Adapting to Climate Change:

    Lessons from Natural Hazards

    – Mississippi Case Study

    • Recommendations for the Planning

    Community

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    Adapting to Climate Change: Lessons from Natural Hazards (Glavovic and Smith 2012, Springer)

    • Introduction

    • Climate Change Adaptation: Theory and Practice – Synthesis of scholarship and experience

    • The Nature of Disasters and the Role of Natural Hazards in Building Resilient

    Communities – Climate change adaptation and risk reduction in highland Peru (Anthony Oliver-Smith)

    – Castles on sand: the shifting sources of flood risk and the implications for flood governance (Iain White)

    – Planning for resilient coastal communities: the emerging practice and future directions (Tim Beatley)

    – Resilience and Adaptation: the emergence of local action in California, USA (Bill Simbieda)

    – Rising to the challenge: planning for adaptation in the age of climate change (Phil Berke)

    • Case Studies: Lessons from Natural Hazards – Applying Hurricane Recovery Lessons in the U.S. to Climate Change Adaptation: Hurricanes Fran and

    Floyd in North Carolina, USA (Gavin Smith)

    – The Manawatu floods in New Zealand: Integrating flood risk reduction and climate change adaptation

    (Bruce Glavovic)

    – Drought and Bushfires in Australia (Karyn Bosomworth, John Handmer and Steven Dovers)

    – Natural coastal hazards planning: the 2009 tsunami and lessons for climate change adaptation in Samoa

    (Michelle Daly)

    – Disaster Recovery in Coastal Mississippi (USA): Lesson Drawing from Hurricanes Camille and Katrina

    (Gavin Smith)

    – New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina (Bruce Glavovic)

    • Conclusions: Taking Action to Address Climate Change Adaptation

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    Disaster Recovery in Coastal Mississippi (USA): Lesson Drawing from Hurricanes Camille and Katrina

    • Risk Communication

    • Role of the Design

    Community in Recovery

    – New Urbanists

    – Emergency Housing

    • Building Codes versus

    Land Use

    • Community

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    Use of Models to Inform the Public Pre-event

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    Risk Communication Post-Disaster

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    Role of the Design Community in Recovery: Mississippi Renewal Forum

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    Post-Disaster Emergency Housing: The Mississippi Alternative Housing Program

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