Global initiatives such as 100 Resilient Cities, UN-Habitat’s Cities and Climate Change Initiative, and Making cities resilient movement by UNISDR have recently seek to enhance preparedness and risk reduction around the world especially in developing countries. These global initiatives have triggered local actions in some cities across South Asia and Southeast Asia to adopt adaptation policy and practices. This research aims to understand the role of such exogenous forces namely Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN) that seeks to foster endogenous adaptation in Indonesia. This paper focuses on understanding the impacts of exogenous force for triggering knowledge-policy interactions, exploration of new ways for climate risk governance and the sustainability of adaptation planning. The question is under what condition endogenous adaptation planning and practice not only takes place but also can be performed as a routine urban development in developing world?
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Building Resilience|
|Editors||Niluka Domingo, Suzanne Wilkinson|
|Place of Publication||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|Event|| 6th International Conference on Building Resilience - Auckland, New Zealand|
Duration: 7 Sep 2016 → 9 Sep 2016
|Conference||6th International Conference on Building Resilience|
|Period||7/09/16 → 9/09/16|
Nugraha, E., & Lassa, J. (2016). Exogenous and Endogenous Forces in Climate Change Adaptation Policy Making in Developing Countries. In N. Domingo, & S. Wilkinson (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Building Resilience (pp. 812-819). Massey University.