International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management: Volume 13 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Revisiting economic burdens of malaria in the face of climate change: a conceptual analysis for Ethiopia

Amsalu Woldie Yalew

Climate change affects the geographic and seasonal range of malaria incidence, especially, in poor tropical countries. This paper aims to attempt to conceptualize the potential…


The role of farmers and organizational networks in climate information communication: the case of Ghana

Chidiebere Ofoegbu, Mark New

The nature of the collaborations that exists among the organizations in the climate change and agriculture sectors can influence the tailoring of climate forecasts into…


The vulnerability sourcebook and climate impact chains – a standardised framework for a climate vulnerability and risk assessment

Marc Zebisch, Stefan Schneiderbauer, Kerstin Fritzsche, Philip Bubeck, Stefan Kienberger, Walter Kahlenborn, Susanne Schwan, Till Below

This paper aims to present the “Vulnerability Sourcebook” methodology, a standardised framework for the assessment of climate vulnerability and risk in the context of adaptation…


Natural disaster shock, risk aversion and corn farmers’ adoption of degradable mulch film: evidence from Zhangye, China

Ruishi Si, Noshaba Aziz, Mingyue Liu, Qian Lu

Degradable mulch film (DMF) is a potential alternate to polyethylene (PE) mulching. In this regard, the purpose of this paper is to explore the effects and paths of natural…


Will China’s low-carbon policy balance emission reduction and economic development? Evidence from two provinces

Bowen Yang, Liping Liu, Yanhui Yin

Legislation plays a vital role in solving carbon emissions reduction and climate change issues. China began to implement a low-carbon economic policy in 2010, but the effect of…

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