DRAFT Climate Change Adaptation Indicators Framework for the City of Boston, MA

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SeaPlan Archive Category: Cross-cutting
SeaPlan Archive Project: Climate Change Adaptation Indicators Framework for the City of Boston
Type: Report
Year of publication: 2015
Date published: 01/2015
Authors: Andy Lipsky, Kim Starbuck
Publishing institution: SeaPlan
City: Boston

Despite global efforts to mitigate climate change, climate change impacts are occurring, and will likely increase in severity in the coming decades. The City of Boston has stated its commitment to mitigating climate change and preparing the city for its impacts through the establishment of the Climate Action Plan (2010). Through their report, the Climate Action Leadership Committee and the Community Advisory Committee of the City of Boston established the need for an indicators framework to track the progress of the City of Boston in preparing for climate change. “A Draft Climate Adaptation Indicators Framework for the City of Boston, MA” provides a pragmatic approach to establishing indicator metrics to better understand the City of Boston’s vulnerabilities and to evaluate and track its progress in implementing preparedness and resilience measures. This report describes the four-step methodology to develop a climate change adaptation (CCA) indicators framework, the resulting draft CCA indicators framework, and recommendations for next steps in implementing and honing this framework. 

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