How to interpret disproportionate loss and damage from climate change? An example from Hurricane Michael and housing impacts on Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Chad Boda, & Emily Boyd
Loss and Damage (L&D) has gained increasing attention as the “third pillar” of climate change research and policy, alongside mitigation and adaptation. However, the L&D research and policy community has not reached any consensus on the kinds of impacts that constitute loss and damage, whom is most affected, and where, so empirical research supporting L&D is urgently required. We provide the first comparative assessment of two contrasting theoretical approaches to L&D: capital theory and the...
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