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Bachelor of Arts
Climate change, Sea level, Sea level rise, Policy, Environmental policy, Municipal governance, Cities, Federalism
This thesis analyzes the different relationships between cities and states in sea level rise adaptation. To determine the most effective governing structure, I compare my own categorical framework to an evaluative framework from the Georgetown Climate Center. I find that my category of limited-constraint autonomy is most effective for sea level rise adaptation.
Eisendrath, Emma, "Multilevel Governance in Sea Level Rise Adaptation: An Analysis of U.S. Cities" (2017). Honors Papers. 183.