Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in a Developing Country Context: an Indonesian Case Study
Rahman, Arif Budi
Dr Tod Jones
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Social Sciences and International Studies
This thesis analyses how the Indonesian government seeks to mainstream adaptation into its development planning agenda. It adopts a multi-sited case study approach to explore how adaptation policies were formulated and practiced at national, municipal, and community levels. It focusses on analysing multi-level coordination efforts across the different ministries and local governments, and identifying barriers to successful mainstreaming within a developing country context.