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Abstract Community forest management (CFM) is increasingly recognised as a potentially effective way of maintaining forests, especially in the Global South. Despite the growing adoption of this approach, the results have been mixed and there is a need to explore both the ways in which a wider range of benefits can be obtained and how CFM can be implemented more effectively. New forest legislation on community forest management in the Southern Region of Ethiopia in 2012, alongside the development...
#1Chiara FalcoH-Index: 1
#2Marzio GaleottiH-Index: 26
Last.Alessandro OlperH-Index: 17
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Migration and climate change are two of the most important challenges the world currently faces. They are connected as climate change may stimulate migration. One of the sectors most strongly affected by climate change is agriculture, where most of the world’s poor are employed. Climate change may affect agricultural productivity and hence migration because of its impact on average temperatures and rainfall and because it increases the frequency and intensity of weather shocks. This paper uses 5...
#1Juliana Dias Bernardes Gil (WUR: Wageningen University and Research Centre)H-Index: 6
#2Vassilis Daioglou (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 11
Last.Detlef P. van Vuuren (UU: Utrecht University)H-Index: 75
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Abstract The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) imply country-led implementation. Yet, their achievement depends on sustainability targets compatible across different sectors and scales. Our study examines how the GHG emission intensity of agriculture (EIA) should evolve globally, regionally (Western Europe) and nationally (The Netherlands) under different socioeconomic pathways, so that two major aims of SDGs 2 and 13 (i.e. sufficient food production and climate change mitigation) are achieve...
Abstract Coastal areas around the world are urbanizing rapidly, despite the threat of sea level rise and intensifying floods. Such development places an increasing number of people and capital at risk, which calls for public flood management as well as household level adaptation measures that reduce social vulnerability to flooding and climate change. This study explores several private adaptation responses to flood risk, that are driven by various behavioral triggers. We conduct a survey among ...
#1Hong Tien Vu (KU: University of Kansas)H-Index: 4
#2Yuchen Liu (KU: University of Kansas)
Last.Duc Vinh Tran (HUST: Hanoi University of Science and Technology)
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Abstract This study investigates the news coverage of climate change in 45 different countries and territories. Using the news framing approach, this study identifies the connections between several national socioeconomic, governance, and environmental traits and the portrayals of climate change. Although climate change is a global issue that affects every country in the world, how the news media frame it varies from country to country. Such a variation is related to each country’s economic deve...
#1J.C. Castilla-Rho (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)
#2Rodrigo Rojas (CSIRO: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation)H-Index: 17
Last.Gregoire Mariethoz (UNIL: University of Lausanne)H-Index: 21
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Abstract Groundwater depletion is arguably one of humanity's greatest sustainability challenges of the 21st century. With Sustainable Development Goals only a decade away, water authorities around the world are in the urgent need for concrete and targeted measures to ensure that communities adhere to groundwater management policies as rapidly and as effectively as possible. In this paper, we combine computational social science, groundwater modelling and empirical data from the World Values Surv...
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