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  • ...accompanied by or coincide with social, cultural, economic and ecological change, may have impacts beyond what traditional systems can accommodate. In many ...oup visits, it supports local indigenous farmers to respond to key climate change impacts such as drought and excess rainfall, loss of soil fertility and soi
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  • ...t "[[Status Report]] on Community-Led Action on Sustainability and Climate Change in Europe" describes CLIs as follows: ...First Status Report on Community-led Action on Sustainability and Climate Change. ECOLISE. Brussels.</ref></blockquote>
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  • #REDIRECT [[Indigenous knowledge, permaculture, and climate change adaptation]]
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  • ...ility Transitions Research: Transforming Science and Practice for Societal Change. Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour. 42, 599–626. pp.4. doi:10.1146/annurev-envir ...sitions (e.g., ecosystem collapse, economic breakdown, high-impact climate change), and to explore possibilities to advance and accelerate desired transition
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  • ...eme weather events. <ref>Turral, H., J. Burke, & J. Faurès, 2011. Climate change, water and food security. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the Un ...nagement and Eco-Engineering in Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation. http://proactnetwork.org/proactwebsite/media/download/CCA_DRR_reports/case
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  • ...ts, sequester carbon, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, supporting both adaptation and mitigation. These techniques have in common that they mimic or enhance ...tices beneficial for soil quality and adaptation of agriculture to climate change: minimal soil disturbance, maintenance of permanent plant cover, direct sow
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  • ..., is one of the most important ways permaculture promotes [[climate change adaptation]]. Restoring vegetation can both stabilise weather and increase resilience ...ippling debt. As a result of, the average farmer’s resilience to climate change is non-existent.
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  • ...es that are often marginal and/or unpredictable. This predisposes them for climate resilience in many different ways.<ref>Altieri, M. A., 2004. Linking Ecolog ...crops.<ref>Altieri, M. A., & P. Koohafkan, 2008. ''Enduring farms: Climate change, smallholders and traditional farming communities''. Third World Network (T
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  • ...each other's growth and exhibit high collective or systemic resilience to change. ...F. Asante. 2004. Farmer strategies of managing agrodiversity in a variable climate in PLEC demonstration sites in southern Ghana. Pp. 25-37 in Gyasi, E.A., G.
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  • ...wind. Species and varieties that could not grow productively in the wider climate might flourish in a favourable microclimate, allowing cultivation of a wide ...maintains a reservoir of crops with high collective resilience to climate change.
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  • ...at enrichment programme, replacing extensive conifer plantations with more climate-resilient high-diversity native broadleaf woodlands. ...reenhouse interior in cooler weather.<ref>http://www.ecosystems-design.com/climate-batteries.html</ref> The greenhouses form part of a wider bioclimatic desig
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  • ...tion, it also broadens the range of policy approaches available to support adaptation. By finding solutions based on the convergence of needs, ethics and availab ...ransition groups apply permaculture to designing out the causes of climate change at the same time as designing in desirable outcomes. This allows identifica
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  • ...org/sites/default/files/key_docs/lockyer_intro.pdf</ref> Both view climate change as a consequence of dislocation between the causes and consequences of huma ...e dislocation of cause and effect that is one of the key causes of climate change. Neither bioregionalism or localisation are isolationist movements: both ar
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  • ...climate change nor undermine the social and natural capital necessary for adaptation. ...taking an entrepreneurial approach to community-based responses to climate change, it seeks to make them financially sustainable. A report from the UK includ
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  • ...w commons, and along with these novel institutional mechanisms for climate adaptation that transcend the limitations of state and market.4 ...o a set of baseline social conditions for successful adaptation to climate change. They are:
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  • ...fferent projects, incl. longer-term project in the context of the national climate pact to help municipalities involve citizens in local sustainability projec ...ws government programme (of Luxembourg): has very ambitious climate change adaptation targets, 55% carbon emission reductions with rising demographics, only achi
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  • ...t effective responses to climate change require social as well as material change. They use a range of social technologies in order to locate physical interv ...or proactive and reactive responses to uncertain future impacts of climate change.
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  • ...ll: addressing symptoms rather than causes and treating victims of climate change as threats to the physical and livelihood security of others. ...n communities, creating a more solid social base for collective efforts at adaptation.
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  • ...hange has emerged among groups taking permaculture-based action on climate change. ...nalysis of the meaning and necessity for constructive responses to climate change.<ref>Brown, P. & G. Carver, 2008. ''Right Relationship: Building a Whole E
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  • ...meaningful action.<ref>Norgaard, K. M., 2011. ''Living in Denial: Climate Change, Emotions, and Everyday Life.'' London: MIT Press.</ref> ...n connection with [[Indigenous knowledge, permaculture, and climate change adaptation|indigenous knowledge]], it often incorporates elements of traditional belie
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  • ...accompanied by or coincide with social, cultural, economic and ecological change, may have impacts beyond what traditional systems can accommodate. In many ...oup visits, it supports local indigenous farmers to respond to key climate change impacts such as drought and excess rainfall, loss of soil fertility and soi
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