Rebecca Adamson

Enoughness: Restoring Balance to the Economy

Civic innovations, especially at the urban and watershed levels over the past several decades, provide some important foundations for thinking about the active, problem-solving roles that citizens can play in mitigation of and adaptation to climate change. Adamson provides a few rich cases of civic participation and collaboration among nonprofit associations and public agencies (at various levels of the federal system in the U.S.), and then sketch some of the challenges of mitigation and adaptation that these might help address.

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