SUSTAINABLE PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN PLANNING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

Petar Vranić, Srđan Glišović

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https://doi.org/10.22190/TEME190605045V
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733
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754

Abstract


In 2017, the Republic of Serbia ratified the 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change.Like other signatories to the agreement, Serbia is legally obliged to fulfill the agreed goals. By accepting the Strategy and the Law on Climate Change, a strategic and legal framework will be created for starting activities in the field of climate change adaptation in Serbia. Certainly, in order to begin this process, for an efficient implementation of the adaptation Program, it is necessary to establish an appropriate management system and to select the most appropriate planning approaches that will contribute sustainability of the adaptation process itself. In thatsense, the subject of this paper is to look at the basic approaches to adaptation planning and the characteristics of adaptive project management as potentially the most appropriate management model when it comes to adaptation to climate change.


Keywords

reactive adaptation, incremental adaptation, transformative adaptation, project management

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