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ARTÍCULO
Awareness-development in the context of climate change resilience
Autores: Iturriza, Marta (Autor de correspondencia); Labaka Zubieta, Leire; Ormazábal Goenaga, Marta; Da Silva Borges, Marcos Robeto
Título de la revista: URBAN CLIMATE
ISSN: 2212-0955
Volumen: 32
Fecha de publicación: 2020
Lugar: WOS
Resumen:
Existing resilience-building plans and strategies for addressing climate change in urban areas are not as effective as they were intended to be due to city stakeholders' fragmented efforts and adopted passive behaviour. Developing awareness about climate change have proven to be key in the climate change resilience-building process, as it encourages partnership and a transformation in behaviour. This paper presents a framework for developing city stakeholders' awareness in urban areas. The conducted triangulation approach composed by a systematic literature review, semi-structured interviews and a case study results with the framework that defines the ideal process for developing awareness in urban areas. The resulting framework encapsulates three main elements: awareness-development mechanisms (experience, attention and knowledge), awareness-development over time graphs and a learning ladder. The three mechanisms explain the behaviour of the awareness-development process, the awareness-development over time graphs illustrate the evolution of the mechanisms and their effect over time, and the learning ladder specifies the gradual process of developing awareness. After presenting the ideal path for developing awareness, we further discuss the contribution of the conducted triangulation approach to the framework.