International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management: Volume 11 Issue 2 , Open Access


Open Access content from 2018 onwards

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A review of urban landscape adaptation to the challenge of climate change

Behdad Alizadeh, James Hitchmough

Urban landscapes play a significant role in supporting municipal, ecological and social systems. Besides, valuable environmental services and urban green spaces provide social and…


Gender dimension of vulnerability to climate change and variability: Empirical evidence of smallholder farming households in Ghana

Suhiyini I. Alhassan, John K.M. Kuwornu, Yaw B. Osei-Asare

This paper aims to investigate farmers’ vulnerability to climate change and variability in the northern region of Ghana.


Multilevel networks for climate change adaptation – what works?

Åshild Lappegard Hauge, Gro Sandkjær Hanssen, Cecilie Flyen

The paper aims to compare and evaluate two Norwegian municipal networks for climate change adaptation, to see how such networks should be initiated and implemented as a means of…


Climate-entrepreneurship in response to climate change: Lessons from the Korean emissions trading scheme (ETS)

Su-Yol Lee, Young-Hwan Ahn

This study aims to explore South Korean firms’ reactions to climate change issues and the Korean emissions trading scheme (ETS) from the perspective of proactive…


Climate change impact on viticulture in Poland

Mariusz Maciejczak, Jakub Mikiciuk

The purpose of this paper is to identify factors resulting from climate change that could impact the cost-effectiveness and development of viticulture in Poland. Climate change is…


Perceptions of ecosystem services provision performance in the face of climate change among communities in Bobirwa sub-district, Botswana

Ephias Mugari, Hillary Masundire, Maitseo Bolaane, Mark New

Between 2006 and 2016, local communities in semi-arid Bobirwa sub-district in the Limpopo Basin part of Botswana had endured notable fluctuations in the delivery of critical…


An integrated approach to assess the vulnerability to erosion in mangroves using GIS models in a tropical coastal protected area

José Guilherme Moreira Simões Vieira, Joana Salgueiro, Amadeu Mortágua Velho da Maia Soares, Ulisses Azeiteiro, Fernando Morgado

The development of models that allows the evaluation and prediction of erosion processes is an important tool for the management and planning of coastal systems. Mangrove forests…

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