International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management


Environmental Management / Environment

Table Of Contents: Volume 2 Issue 3

Science‐policy linkages in climate change adaptation in Europe

Lisa Westerhoff, Sirkku Juhola

The purpose of this paper is to emphasise the importance of resolving the disconnect between issues of quality, timing and uncertainty in climate projections and the need…

Converging threats: assessing socio‐economic and climate impacts on water governance

Margot Hill

It is increasingly recognised that water will be the prime medium through which climate change impacts will be felt. But water governance issues are already deemed to be a…

The research on human dimensions of global environmental change in Latin America

Rafael D'Almeida Martins, Leila da Costa Ferreira

Environmental studies have developed slowly within social sciences in Latin America. This paper seeks to assess and systematize the contribution of social sciences in the…

Framing climate change adaptation learning and action: the case of Lahore, Pakistan

Saleem Janjua, Ian Thomas, Darryn McEvoy

The purpose of this paper is to identify and critically examine a framing of key characteristics for climate change adaptation learning and action in the context of urban…

Climate change in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region and implications for water resources project planning and management

Saleh A. Wasimi

The purpose of this paper is to assess the extent of climate change likely to be manifested in the MENA region using statistical tools as well as outputs from…

In situ adaptation against sea level rise (SLR) in Bangladesh: does awareness matter?

Mustafa Saroar, Jayant K. Routray

The paper aims to identify and assess quantitatively the influences of a few dimensions of climate awareness on people's preference for adaptation against sea level rise (SLR).



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