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    Title: 社區之抗洪韌性共治循環研究:在地關聯性系統思維與居民調適培力
    Other Titles: Enabling Community Flood Resilience and Local Relevance- The Systemic Panarchy Cycle Thinking and Citizen Adaptive Capacity
    Authors: ling, tzen-ying
    Keywords: 社區韌性;系統設計思維;市民調適培力;韌性共治循環
    Date: 2020-12-05
    Issue Date: 2020-11-26 12:10:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The approach for flood resilient adaptive capacity requires a rigorous and comprehensive
    understanding of available practice toward mitigation and sustainability under flood risk in urban
    centers. We ascertain that swift restorative actions to amend the ecology damages with the
    incorporation of ‘resilience’ elements as available methods of environmentally sensitive, innovative
    practices; the capacity varies from place to place. The theoretical framework includes criteria
    pertaining to sustainability, resilience, and adaptive practice. The flood resilience thinking
    corresponds to a place specific model to sustain its resilience and helps to inform on how to best
    share about mitigating climate change accumulated through each flood event.
    Given this, the resilience capacity stems from the local adaptive learning, principal assessment
    framework is proposed, and their measurable process are defined, followed by an adaptive cycle
    assessment through panarchy approach, performed for each of the scales at the different transitional
    stages. This resilience varies from the degree and time exposed to flood. The focus is on their
    experience and resilience thinking under climate change, affecting their personal engagement with
    climate change. The study ascertained that in the face of climate risks, the transitional processes are
    based on (1) adaptive measures aided and enhanced the information gathered for risk impact
    assessment differ among the residents’ perception on the habitat and human domain (2) adaptive
    capacity assessment is an effective mean in understanding residents’ mitigation will and confidence,
    and (3) community ability to reflect on past actual time scenario emerges as an effective mean in
    understanding the capacity to mitigate flood risks within the community. Resilience practice is a
    place-based capacity; in times of climate change, local governments need to understand how to
    adapt locally and being feasible for an amelioration of our urban condition under climate risks.
    Most importantly, the assessment framework contributes to understand local adaptation practice and
    toward the sustainability of the urbanity.
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