Justice in Climate Action Planning
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Chapter 1.- Integrating inclusivity & justice into climate action planning: Beyond mere symbolism. Chapter 2.- We can't address what we don't acknowledge: How urban climate adaptation plans confront racial injustices. Chapter 3.- Sustainable city? The search for social justice in Flagstaff, Arizona's climate action plan. Chapter 4.- Missing the Housing for the Trees: The Challenge of Equity in Urban Climate Planning. Chapter 5.- Climate Discourses in France: Fuel Taxes, Yellow Vests, and the Grand Debat. Chapter 6.- Incorporating an Equity Lens into Local Climate Action Planning: Portland, Oregon's Experience. Chapter 7.- Community engagement and equity in climate adaptation planning: experience of small and mid- size cities in the United States and in France. Chapter 8.- Mobilities In Climate Action Planning: The Challenges of Integrating (In)Justices in Current Policies. Chapter 9.- Resilience and climate risk in extreme and extreme - ing urban environments: planning and climate justice. Chapter 10.- Addressing Individualized Risk Response to Climate Resilience Assessment by Fostering Adaptive Capacity. Chapter 11.- Downscaling Resilience: Appropriating and Contesting Resilience from City to Neighborhood. Chapter 12.- Cultural Heritage Preservation, Climate Action Planning, and Social Justice. Chapter 13.- Community agency for climate justice through and beyond the state: The Little Village Environmental Justice Organization. Chapter 14.- Creating Tools for Community Based Climate Planning. Chapter 15.- Interagency Collaborations in Place- Based Environmental Sustainability Work: Social Network Insights at the Community Level. Chapter 16.- Afloat and Adrift: What's the Plan as South Florida Slowly Sinks? Chapter 17.- Vulnerable Locations and the Need for Climate Action Planning: The Case of Cape Coral, Florida.

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Dr. Brian Petersen is assistant professor in Geography, Planning & Recreation at Northern Arizona University. Dr. Helene B. Ducros holds a JD and PhD in geography from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is Chair of Research and Pedagogy at the Council for European Studies at Columbia University.

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