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Enhancing Resilience and Justice in Climate Adaptation Laws
Transnational Environmental Law
AbstractResilience thinking – an approach for understanding and managing change – is increasingly central to climate change adaptation law and policy. Yet the influence of adaptation law and policy on the distribution of climate impacts is often overlooked in studies of socio-ecological resilience to climate change. This article demonstrates how environmental justice scholarship helps to address this gap in the literature relating to adaptation law and resilience. Drawing on existingdoi:10.1017/s2047102518000286 fatcat:iwkeanhcdvd57eavjaitz5xqra