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Title: Building resilient human settlements in a climate of change
Authors: Van Wyk, L
Keywords: Ecosystem resilience
Human settlements resilience
Human Settlement Resilience Framework
Human settlement development
Climate change
Issue Date: Feb-2012
Publisher: Alive2green
Citation: Van Wyk, L. Building resilient human settlements in a climate of change. Green Building Handbook South Africa, Vol 4: The Essential Guide, pp 23-31
Series/Report no.: Workflow;9230
Abstract: The main purpose of this chapter is to 1) note the impacts of climate change on human settlements and vice versa, and 2) propose design and institutional strategies to improve the resilience of human settlements to withstand these impacts or at least reduce the vulnerability of human settlements to these impacts. This chapter constructs a Human Settlement Resilience Framework and interventionist strategies. These strategies are based on the premise that resilience can be built into human settlement development.
Description: Copyright: 202 Alive2green, Wynberg, South Africa
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5979
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