Bridging the information gap: making local governance more responsive

Adaptation Learning Highways is a strategic process that fosters information and knowledge exchange between communities, scientist, and policy makers to inform the decision-making process and make it more inclusive. By basing planned adaptation on autonomous community adaption it is hoped that planned adaptation will be more effective, targeted, and responsive to community needs. To do so, the Adaptation Learning Highways initiative engages communities in a number of fora at different stages, namely: community-to-community knowledge exchange fora (C2C KEF); community-scientists interface fora (CSIF); forum for interaction and exchange with policy makers (FIP); and state/regional consultation workshop on adaptive strategies.

 

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