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Identify solutions, recommendations and ways forward


Italicised questions are ongoing considerations i.e. it is particularly important to keep revisiting these questions as the transdisciplinary knowledge integration process develops.

  • What solutions and recommendations can be identified? These may be the design and delivery of particular outputs, projects, policies, the strengthening of capacities through particular training or support, innovations in data sharing or the development of new partnerships or increased collaboration between institutions. Are these at appropriate temporal and spatial scales to address the adaptation issue(s) identified?
  • Can examples from other cities or contexts help to spur possible adaptation measures?
  • Where have ‘windows of opportunity’ been identified or created? E.g. a new political cycle, issues that are high on current political or social agendas, new initiatives, tools or processes that are under development or on the horizon. How can solutions build on existing efforts and initiatives or leverage existing partnerships to limit replication of work?
  • Which structures or actors are needed to deliver and to contribute or support the delivery of these solutions?

Which decisions are critical to unpack further and support with climate – and other – information?

Key resources to help answer these questions

Wellbeing Surveys

Discover how survey tools can be applied in different geographical and cultural contexts to explore health and wellbeing. This page will introduce a range of external surveys and demonstrate their use in urban environments through SEI case studies.

Resource Value Mapping (REVAMP) Tool

This tool uses data on waste streams to estimate total resources and reuse potential in a city’s wastewater, enabling city planners and policymakers to better make decisions on urban waste management.