Governance of climate adaptation in Australia: design charrettes as a creative tool for participatory action research

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Action Research for Climate Change Adaptation: Developing and applying knowledge for governance, 2015, pp. 94 - 111
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In this chapter, we present the design charrette, an approach to planning which gives local communities the opportunity to become more climate resilient through collaborative design. A design charrette is defined as: a collaborative design and planning workshop that occurs over four to seven consecutive days, is held on-site and includes all affected stakeholders at critical decision-making points.
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