International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management: Volume 7 Issue 2 , Open Access


Open Access content from 2018 onwards

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Do wildfire experiences influence views on climate change?

Joanne Elaine Millar, Helen Boon, David King

– This paper aims to explore the influence of wildfire events on community perceptions of climate change and the risk of future wildfire disasters in southern Australia.

Self and world in lay interpretations of climate change

Rebecca Joy Denniss, Aidan Davison

This paper aims to report on an in-depth qualitative study that focuses on the convergence of the interpretive activities of knowing, living in and valuing the world in lay…

The signals of green governance on mitigation of climate change – evidence from Chinese firms

Lopin Kuo, Hui-Cheng Yu, Bao-Guang Chang

This paper aims to examines whether Chinese firms’ signals of green governance, including environmental management, green innovation, and greenhouse gas (GHG) and pollution…

Climate change and military planning

Michael Brzoska

– The paper aims to investigate the consequences of climate change for the future of armed forces and their presentation in national security documents.

Determinants of livestock farmers’ perception of future droughts and adoption of mitigating plans

Mmofa Amos Rakgase, David Norris

The purpose of this paper was to determine if there is an association between farmers’ socio-economic profile and their perception of climate change and related events (drought)…

Sharing the burden of financing the green climate fund in the Post-Kyoto era

Lianbiao Cui, Huangbao Gui

The purpose of this paper is to design several methods for enforcing developed countries’ responsibilities under the Green Climate Fund (GCF). The GCF has been one of the core…

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