Study on improving multi-stakeholders collaboration in water and sanitation to contribute to urban climate resilience in Bangladesh

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Introduction Sarah Colenbrander, Diane Archer and David Dodman

  1. Actors
  2. Climate justice, social protection and just adaptation: The vulnerability contexts of migrant workers in Indian cities Sunil D. Santha, Devisha Sasidevan, Surinder Jaswal, Ajmal Khan, Kaushik Datta and Annu Kuruvila
  3. Rights, risks and resilience: The 3Rs approach to child-centred climate change adaptation in Asian cities Sudeshna Chatterjee
  4. Improving multi-stakeholder collaboration for a resilient water and sanitation sector in Dhaka, Bangladesh Sarder Shafiqul Alam, Julia Taub and A.T.M. Jahangir Alam
  5. Knowledge
  6. Coastal urban development in Quy Nhon, Vietnam, in the context of climate change Vu Kim Chi and Nguyen Thi Thuy Hang
  7. Approaches to resilience planning in Indian cities: The ACCCRN experience Divya Sharma, Raina Singh and Rozita Singh
  8. How can climate change vulnerability assessments best impact policy and planning? Lessons from Indonesia John Taylor and Jonatan Lassa

III. Institutions

  1. Institutional challenges and solutions for improving coordination mechanisms for the water supply sector in peri-urban Can Tho, Vietnam Huy Nguyen, Stephen Tyler and Phong Tran
  2. Water security and urban resilience: The case of Baguio City, Philippines Alejandro N. Ciencia, Jr., Lorelei C. Mendoza, Gladys A. Cruz, Maileenita A. Peñalba, Nimreh L. Calde and Michael R. Cabalfin
  3. Modelling demand for catastrophic flood index-based insurance in Da Nang City, Vietnam: Using choice experiments Bui Duc Tinh and Nguyen Manh Hung
  4. Local government planners’ perspectives: Challenges and opportunities for climate change adaptation in Indonesia Rahayu Yoseph-Paulus

Conclusion David Dodman, Sarah Colenbrander and Diane Archer