SEI Grant to Examine Climate Buffer Infrastructures

Dr Aaron Opdyke is part of a team awarded a Sydney Environment Institute Collaborative Grant (AUD 20,305) which will compare grey and green infrastructure approaches to coastal adaptation in the Philippines. The team consistents of Dr Justin See (Sydney Environment Institute), Dr Sophie Webber (School of Geosciences), Dr Sandra Seno Alday (Sydney Business School), and Ginbert Permejo Cuaton (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), and Pearly Joy Peja (Eastern Visayas State University). The project titled, “Promises and Perils of Climate Buffer Infrastructures as Adaptation: Case Studies from the Philippines” will study two coastal projects in Tacloban in 2024.