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238 ENDNOTES 07 FEATURE: USING RENEWABLES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION +Strategy.pdf; The Royal Academy of Engineering, Infrastructure, Engineering and Climate Change Adaptation – Ensuring Services in an Uncertain Future (London: February 2011), https://www. gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/ file/183536/infrastructure-rae-report.pdf; Stefan Gößling- Reisemann, Department of Resilient Energy Systems, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany, personal communication with REN21, 27 January 2015; WBCSD, op. cit. note 9; ABD, op. cit. note 10. 32 Discussion is on the contribution of the EU to climate change adaptation in selected infrastructure sectors. Energy is a priority sector for adaptation policy mainstreaming. The UK and Australia have developed comprehensive national strategies and institutional arrangements to introduce resilience into their critical infrastructure planning processes, recognising the relationship between critical infrastructure resilience, disaster resilience, and community resilience. See Commonwealth of Australia, op. cit. note 31. 33 The White House, President’s State, Local and Tribal Leaders Task Force on Climate Preparedness and Resilience: Recommendations to the President (Washington, DC: November 2014), https://www. whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/docs/task_force_report_0.pdf. 34 Frank Wouters, Consultant, Abu Dhabi, personal communication with REN21, 12 January 2015; Robert Dixon, Global Environment Facility, Washington, DC, personal communication with REN21, 11 December 2014; Laura Tierney, Business Council for Sustainable Energy, Washington, DC, personal communication with REN21, 12 December 2014; Manandhar, op. cit. note 28. BACK

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