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Climate, Volume 7, Issue 8 (August 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Without institutionalized action, the future mitigation and adaption of climatic change remains ad [...] Read more. Without institutionalized action, the future mitigation and adaption of climatic change remains ad hoc. While most studies on mainstreaming climate change adaptation and mitigation are mainly based on short timeframes corresponding to project lifetimes, this research used longitudinal observations during the period 2012–2018 to investigate how urban stakeholders and policy entrepreneurs negotiate institutional architecture and pathways for sustaining climate change adaptation and resilience implementation in Indonesia. Future continuity of adaptation to climate change action depends on the dynamic nature of the institutionalism that leads to uncertainty in mainstreaming risk reduction. However, this research found that pathway-dependency theory emerges as a better predictor for institutionalizing climate change adaptation and resilience. View this paper.