|Reviewing the institutional context for adaptation in coastal zone management
||Tol and Klein (2008) review the institutional context for adaptation in coastal zone management in Europe. They identify three levels of decision-making: national governments, local governments and private individuals. The EU regulates certain areas in Coastal Bathing Water Directive and nature, through the Habitat Directive. National governments are at different states of awareness regarding coastal management, different states of urgency.
||Tol, R. S. J. and Klein, R. J. T., 2008: Towards successful adaptation to sea-level rise along Europe's coasts, Journal of Coastal Research, 24(2), 432-442.