Will Bugler

Associate Director

I work in communicating climate change adaptation, risk and resilience at Willis Towers Watson's Climate and Resilience Hub. I'm experienced in designing and delivering targeted communications strategies; providing technical advice to support online community building and development; facilitating capacity building and communications training; copywriting and editing; and monitoring and evaluation of online communications impact. 

I'm currently the named lead expert on communications for a project under the Asian Development Bank’s Urban Climate Change Resilience Trust Fund. I also recently lead a project, providing digital communications services to support the Rockefeller Foundation-funded, Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network – a community of urban climate change practitioners working in Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, and the Philippines. 

I hold an MSc in Environmental Governance from the University of Manchester.

sea surface temperature

The new frontier in climate resilience

Earth observation (EO) data has the capability to capture large-scale environmental data over a range of spatial, spectral and temporal resolutions.

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Unpacking transformation: A framework and insights from adaptation mainstreaming

Unpacking Transformation: A framework and insights from adaptation mainstreaming

This paper puts forward a conceptual framework for determining the likelihood of an adaptation initiative delivering transformation.

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Urban Climate Change Resilience

Establishment of Surat Climate Change Trust

Surat Climate Change Trust (SCCT) was established to engage in urbanization and climate change, to assess urban growth scenarios and to advise local government on sustainable habitat development.

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From page 9 of the study: NDRF officers working with residents to rescue people during the flooding. Source: http://www.thehindu.com, 4 Dec 2015.

Chennai flood 2015 case studies

Case studies of how different sectors built resilience during the 2015 Chennai floods provide insights into local actions. Understanding the actions can improve preparedness for extreme events.

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