Developing Governing Capacity

Developing Governance & Collaborative Capacity

To address the need for additional funding and resources to improve community resilience, SCIPP established a new research theme that identifies “levers” that communities can use to improve climate extreme responses, such as dynamic planning, building codes and zoning, economic development policies, and fiscal, economic, or funding solutions. In addition, stakeholder engagement practices will be designed to increase the collaborative capacity of communities.

Facilitating Stakeholder Engagement to Indentify Lever Preferences

Investigator(s): Kathlyn Dannewald, Ellie Weaver, Mark Shafer, Rachel Riley, Caylah Cruickshank, Aimee Franklin
Research Dates: 2022
Affiliate Organization(s): University of Oklahoma

The research question for this project is: Where do opportunities exist for stakeholder collaboration to address interconnected natural, physical, fiscal, and social vulnerabilities with strategies grounded in fiscal realities?

Identifying Potential Legal, Regulatory, Fiscal, Economic, and Financial Climate Adaptation Levers

Investigator(s): Mark Shafer, Rachel Riley, Caylah Cruickshank, Aimee Franklin, Kathlyn Dannewald, Ellie Weaver
Research Dates: 2021
Affiliate Organization(s): University of Oklahoma

The reserach question for this project is: How can existing legal/regulatory, political/policy, administrative, and social structures in the South Central region encourage innovative climate adaptation strategies?

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