Asset-Challenge Shifts of Rural and Remote Communities in the Global Context of Climate Change: A Systematic Review through the Natural-Built-Social-Environment Triangulation
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This SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Grant project used the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) approach to comprehensively synthesize the current knowledge of climate change and climate-induced disaster-driven impacts within the natural-built-social-environment triangulation of rural and remote communities in order to further identify the shifting assets and challenges faced by these communities. The final analysis included a total of 308 English-language publications. Using mixed methods–univariate analysis and thematic inquiry–the research team identified the findings and synthesized the results into actionable recommendations for future policy, practice, and research.
Breen, K., Wu, H., & Ru, S. (2024). Asset-Challenge Shifts of Rural and Remote Communities in the Global Context of Climate Change: A Systematic Review through the Natural-Built-Social-Environment Triangulation.