International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management: Volume 6 Issue 4 , Open Access


Open Access content from 2018 onwards

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Climate change as a challenge to China’s insurance industry

Xian Xu

This paper aims to examine the risks caused by recent climate change in China and their effects on the insurance industry. China has experienced more extreme events (floods…

The limits of climate change agreements: from past to present

Chandra Lal Pandey

This paper aims to show why very little progress was made in arresting climate change. Managing climate change is one of the greatest challenges humanity has encountered in the…


The cost of carbon management using ocean nourishment

Ian S.F. Jones

A current estimate of the cost of reducing the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by Ocean Nourishment is provided. A scenario of fertilisation of the ocean in…

Impacts of climate change: Survey of mitigation and adaptation strategies of junior corporate executives in India

Purba H. Rao, Arun Thamizhvanan

The purpose of this paper is to explore whether the private sector consider voluntary involvement in efforts to combat the impacts of climate change in the lines mitigation…


Fishing for the impacts of climate change in the marine sector: a case study

Ingrid van Putten, Sarah Metcalf, Stewart Frusher, Nadine Marshall, Malcolm Tull

This paper aims, using a case study-based research approach, to investigate the role of climate and non-climate drivers in shaping three commercial marine sectors: fishing…

Climate change vulnerability, impact and adaptation assessment: Lessons from Latin America

Graciela Metternicht, Andrea Sabelli, Jason Spensley

This paper aims to present a new framework for climate change vulnerability, impact and adaptation (VIA) assessment. Greater attention has been given in recent years to the…

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