By Jörn Birkmann, Jorn Birkmann, Gerd Tetzlaff, Karl-Otto Zentel
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The different eras of climate change described above are an example of the dynamics of such norms that frame certain problems differently every time new developments become obvious and therefore new actors get involved in finding solutions. The same is true for the whole issue of “environmental problems” as such – they were first seen as purely ecological problems, then their effects on human society became evident and the call for “sustainability” made its way around the world (Rio Declaration 1992).
The experts further stressed that although the availability of climate change data is available, the spatial resolution needs to be improved. Local and region-specific data sources that provide data of dynamic social and economic processes are also insufficient. This information is especially needed to move from a reactive needs and damage as well as static risk assessment to an improved dynamic vulnerability and adaptation assessment regarding different aspects such as social groups, critical infrastructure, and economic sectors.
Only on the basis of clear visions and guidelines can long-term strategies be developed and implemented. Therefore, in some cases changes in the general functioning of society (societal, cultural norms) might be necessary which will hardly be completely achieved. Nevertheless, some recommendations of the expert interview partners address this challenge and provide recommendations. “The best controllable future is a future that you construct“ (Sander E. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. g. large infrastructure projects) but also encourages comprehensive vulnerability reduction and adaptation.