These are graphical representations of issues relevant to adaptation or vulnerability. Submissions will often be maps, but could also be graphs, charts, or tables of high/low adaptive capacity and high/low exposure, for example. Any example of representing data/information visually is relevant.
These maps show variation in the aggregated risk of exposure to risks related to climate change (flooding, landslide, and drought) in relation to demographic characteristics that influence the potential for communities to adapt to these risks (employment, education, and population density) in Semarang, Indonesia.
Amy Kracker Selzer | February 28, 2013, 6:18 pm
Amy, these are great visuals. I think it would be worthwhile to examine the multiple risk indicator you developed over in the Indicators section. In particular, I'm wondering how the indicator was constructed, and what you think the implications are for predictors of generalized vulnerability and vulnerability to the specific climate impacts are of combining multiple risks in one.
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