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Araos et al. 2021

Araos, M., K. Jagannathan, R. Shukla, I. Ajibade, E. Coughlan de Perez, K. Davis, J.D. Ford, E.K. Galappaththi, C. Grady, A.J. Hudson, E.T. Joe, C.J. Kirchhoff, A. Lesnikowski, G.N. Alverio, M. Nielsen, B. Orlove, B. Pentz, D. Reckien, A.R. Siders, N. Ulibarri, M. van Aalst, T.Z. Abu, T. Agrawal, L. Berrang-Ford, R.B. Kerr, S. Coggins, M. Garschagen, A. Harden, K.J. Mach, A.M. Nunbogu, P. Spandan, S. Templeman, and L.L. Turek-Hankins, 2021: Equity in human adaptation-related responses: A systematic global review. One Earth, 4, no. 10, 1454-1467, doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2021.09.001.

Growing evidence suggests that climate adaptation responses that do not incorporate equity considerations may worsen inequality and increase vulnerability. Using data from a systematic review of peer-reviewed empirical research on adaptation responses to climate change (n=1,682), we present an assessment of how social equity is considered in adaptation across regions, sectors, and social groups. Roughly 60% of peer-reviewed literature on adaptation responses considers social equity by reporting on which marginalized groups were involved in planning or implementation. Articles on responses in Africa and Asia and those focusing on poverty reduction most frequently considered social equity. Equity was less likely to be considered in adaptation responses in Europe, Australasia, and North America, as well as in literature focused on cities. Income-based inequity was more frequently considered than gender, age, or Indigenous status. Ethnic and racial minorities, migrants, and people with disabilities were rarely considered. Attention to the levels and forms in which equity is integrated into adaptation research and practice is needed to ensure just adaptation.

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  author={Araos, M. and Jagannathan, K. and Shukla, R. and Ajibade, I. and Coughlan de Perez, E. and Davis, K. and Ford, J. D. and Galappaththi, E. K. and Grady, C. and Hudson, A. J. and Joe, E. T. and Kirchhoff, C. J. and Lesnikowski, A. and Alverio, G. N. and Nielsen, M. and Orlove, B. and Pentz, B. and Reckien, D. and Siders, A. R. and Ulibarri, N. and van Aalst, M. and Abu, T. Z. and Agrawal, T. and Berrang-Ford, L. and Kerr, R. B. and Coggins, S. and Garschagen, M. and Harden, A. and Mach, K. J. and Nunbogu, A. M. and Spandan, P. and Templeman, S. and Turek-Hankins, L. L.},
  title={Equity in human adaptation-related responses: A systematic global review},
  journal={One Earth},

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RIS Citation

ID  - ar02200w
AU  - Araos, M.
AU  - Jagannathan, K.
AU  - Shukla, R.
AU  - Ajibade, I.
AU  - Coughlan de Perez, E.
AU  - Davis, K.
AU  - Ford, J. D.
AU  - Galappaththi, E. K.
AU  - Grady, C.
AU  - Hudson, A. J.
AU  - Joe, E. T.
AU  - Kirchhoff, C. J.
AU  - Lesnikowski, A.
AU  - Alverio, G. N.
AU  - Nielsen, M.
AU  - Orlove, B.
AU  - Pentz, B.
AU  - Reckien, D.
AU  - Siders, A. R.
AU  - Ulibarri, N.
AU  - van Aalst, M.
AU  - Abu, T. Z.
AU  - Agrawal, T.
AU  - Berrang-Ford, L.
AU  - Kerr, R. B.
AU  - Coggins, S.
AU  - Garschagen, M.
AU  - Harden, A.
AU  - Mach, K. J.
AU  - Nunbogu, A. M.
AU  - Spandan, P.
AU  - Templeman, S.
AU  - Turek-Hankins, L. L.
PY  - 2021
TI  - Equity in human adaptation-related responses: A systematic global review
JA  - One Earth
VL  - 4
IS  - 10
SP  - 1454
EP  - 1467
DO  - 10.1016/j.oneear.2021.09.001
ER  -

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