- Climate Compatible Development workshop case study presentation [PPTX download 9MB]
- Theory of monitoring and evaluation for climate change adaptation presentation [PPTX download 3.4MB]
- RMIT’s Centre for Urban Research prepared a literature review on existing climate change adaptation monitoring and evaluation frameworks at the beginning of this project to inform the development of a framework. Turner, S., Moloney, S., Glover, A. and Fünfgeld, H. (2014): A review of the Monitoring and Evaluation literature for Climate Change Adaptation, Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University, Melbourne.
- In 2015-16, Sam Keast, A Master of Psychology student at Victoria University, undertook a placement with WAGA. Mr Keast prepared a report [DOCX download 115KB] and presentation [PPTX download 6.2MB] which built on our understanding of how to engage the community on climate change.
- Susie Moloney, project partner at RMIT’s Centre for Urban Research presented on How Well Are We Adapting at a Asia Pacific Network for Global Change Research workshop at the University of Tokyo and contributed to the following report: Sharifi, A., Yamagata, Y., et al. (2015): Integrated, Resilience-based Planning for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation in Asia-Pacific Cities.
- Representatives from the Western Alliance for Greenhouse Action and RMIT’s Centre for Urban Research were invited to present their work at the Climate Compatible Development workshop at the Asian Institute of Technology in May 2016. The outputs of this workshop will be published in a forthcoming United Nations University Policy Brief. Additionally, a forthcoming book will include a chapter on this project as a case study titled ‘How Well Are We Adapting? Designing a framework and implementation process for monitoring climate change adaptation across local governments in Australia’. Sharifi, A. and Yamagata Y. (forthcoming) Towards Climate Resilient Urban Planning: Decision and Support Tools, Springer, UK.