ADAPTATION ACTIONS FOR A CHANGING ARCTIC: Perspectives from the Baffin Bay/Davis Strait region
In the latest assessment report from the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme, Professor Ford leads authorship on two chapters. The report in whole focuses on presenting 1) approaches to adaptation, 2) trends and implications of climatic changes, 3) trends and implications of soci0-economic changes, 4) and the cross cutting findings and adaptation options available.
Professor Ford leads chapters centered in the forth topic where adaptation resilience is examined (chapter 11) and a summary of adaptation options for the BBDS region concludes the report (chapter 12). Assessment reports such as this play an important role in informing policy and complimenting academic papers.
Explore the report yourself here.