A new paper "A framework to analyse the implications of coastal transformation on inclusive development" has just been made available online in the journal Environmental Science and Policy. The paper, led by Natalie Suckall with co-authors Emma L. Tompkins and Kulima director Dr Katharine Vincent, is an an output of the IDRC and DFID-funded Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation (DECCMA) project. The paper applies an analytical framework based on ideas of inclusive development (defined as Access to resources; Allocation of both resources and the impacts associated with climate change; and, individual Subjective Wellbeing) to three different types of coastal transformation (protect, accommodate, retreat). It highlights that coastal transformations have different effects on different people; and that winners and losers are determined by whose agenda is taken into account in planning the transformation. This insight reinforces the need for further research on the impacts of coastal transformation, as without due care, policies designed to generate transformation can generate significant losers.