|Title||Developing Effective Dialogue between Practitioners of Climate Change Vulnerability - Risk Assessments: A Primer for Understanding Concepts, Principles and Language Use Across Disciplines|
|Author||B.C. Ministry of Transpiration and Infrastructure; Nodelcorp Consulting Inc.; Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium|
|Source|| 2016, 33 pages Open Access|
|Links||Online - En ligne|
|Media||paper; digital; on-line|
|Subjects||Nature and Environment; Science and Technology; Information and Communications; climatology; climate effects; coastal environment; Coastal management; Climate change; Climate change adaptation;
|Program||Climate Change Impacts and
|Program||Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Climate Change Adaptation Program|
|Released||2016 01 01|
|Summary||(Plain Language Summary, not published)|
This Primer outlines concepts, principles and language used across climate science and engineering disciplines to facilitate effective communication in
climate change engineering vulnerability assessments. This report may be of interest to practitioners across Canada.
Targeted coastal risk assessments.