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The UK Adaptation Inventory (version 1) (Jenkins et al., 2021) has been compiled as part of the [OpenCLIM][1] project. The UK Adaptation Inventory documents adaptation on the ground, based on national reporting to government by public and private sector organisations as part of the second round Adaptation Reporting Power Reports, and a systematic review of peer-reviewed literature. The Inventory focuses on examples of delivering adaptation action ‘on the ground’. The definition of adaptation action on the ground used here relates to a process of adjustment to actual or expected climate and its effects, where actions reflect a tangible and physical change in response that delivers adaptation action as opposed to building adaptive capacity or policies or strategies that outline intentions to act. For further methodological details please see: Jenkins et al. (2022) Identifying adaptation ‘on the ground’: Development of a UK adaptation Inventory, Journal of Climate Risk Management. For the online searchable version of the UK Adaptation Inventory (Version 1) see: [1]:
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