Food systems and farmers’ behavior during an extreme event: : an analysis of actions and governance following the 2018 drought in Sweden
Summary, in English
In the paper we relate to the distinction in climate literature between autonomous and planned adaptation. Autonomous adaptation is understood as more improvised adaptation measures taken by individual actors (e.g. farmers) to deal with changing demands and conditions, while planned adaptation refers to the deliberate creation and implementation of policies to deal with the impacts of climate change. Our empirical material consists of in-depth interviews with farmers in southern Sweden and a larger survey material collected during 2019.
From these concepts and by studying these challenges from the land users' perspective, we gain an expanded understanding of needed governance interventions for increasing the resilience in modern agriculture.
- LUCSUS (Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies)
- Department of Human Geography
- BECC: Biodiversity and Ecosystem services in a Changing Climate
Conference paper: abstract
- Economic Geography
Conference for research and Innovation for a Sustainable Baltic Sea Region
2020-08-25 - 2020-08-26