International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management: Volume 4 Issue 2 , Open Access


Open Access content from 2018 onwards

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An analysis of climate change policy‐making and implementation in China

Ksenia Chmutina, Jie Zhu, Saffa Riffat

The purpose of this paper is to introduce and discuss policy making process in the field of climate change in China. It aims to describe the main climate change‐related policies…


A basis for climate change adaptation in Africa: burdens ahead and policy options

H.R. Kaijage

The purpose of this paper is to review and document some of the climate change impacts which may burden the African continent, and to suggest policy options for adaptation.


The impacts of climate change on domestic natural gas consumption in the Greater Dublin Region

Xiaochen Liu, John Sweeney

This paper aims to investigate the relationship between domestic natural gas consumption and climate change in the Greater Dublin Region.

Climate variability and farmer's vulnerability in a flood‐prone district of Assam

Swati Chaliha, Asmita Sengupta, Nitasha Sharma, N.H. Ravindranath

The Indian state of Assam is situated in a high rainfall zone and the river Brahmaputra flowing through the state causes annual floods which adversely impact the agro‐economic…


Ecological implications of village bamboo as global climate change mitigation strategy: A case study in Barak Valley, Assam, North East India

Arun Jyoti Nath, Ashesh Kumar Das

The present study seeks to evaluate the role of village bamboo management in the rural landscape of North East India in global climate change mitigation.

Freshwater vulnerability in the Levant region

M. Al‐Sibai, A. Droubi, H. Al‐Ashkar

The purpose of this paper is to discuss freshwater vulnerability to environmental change, including climate change, in Levant countries.

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