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Geoengineering at the “Edge of the World”: Exploring perceptions of ocean fertilisation through the Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation

Geoengineering at the “Edge of the World”: Exploring perceptions of ocean fertilisation through the Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation

a research article by Kate Elizabeth Gannon, Mike Hulme  15 May, 2018

The Haida Salmon Restoration Corporation’s (HSRC) 2012 ocean fertilisation experiment introduced a controversial geoengineering technology to the First Nations village of Old Massett on the islands of Haida Gwaii in … read more »


National Governance The state’s role in steering polycentric action

National Governance The state’s role in steering polycentric action

a book by Joana Setzer, Michal Nachmany  30 April, 2018

Setzer, J., and Nachmany, M. 2018. National Governance The state’s role in steering polycentric action. In: Jordan, A., Huitema, D., van Asselt, H. & Forster, J. (eds). Governing Climate Change: … read more »


How normative interpretations of climate risk assessment affect local decision-making: an exploratory study at the city scale in Cork, Ireland

a research article by Tom McDermott, Swenja Surminski  30 April, 2018

This papers investigates the process of translating climate risk data into action for the city level. read more »


Assessing climate risks across different business sectors and industries: an investigation of methodological challenges at national scale for the UK

Assessing climate risks across different business sectors and industries: an investigation of methodological challenges at national scale for the UK

a research article by Swenja Surminski, Manuela Di Mauro, J. Alastair R. Baglee, Richenda K. Connell, Joel Hankinson, Anna R. Haworth, Bingunath Ingirige, David Proverbs  30 April, 2018

This research explores the methodological challenges for a national-scale assessment of climate risks through the lens of the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment (UKCCRA) process and compares the approaches adopted in the first and second UKCCRA (2011, 2016), while also reflecting on international experiences elsewhere. read more »


Advances in risk assessment for climate change adaptation policy

a research article by W. Neil Adger, Iain Brown, Swenja Surminski  30 April, 2018

This paper reviews the current practice and frontiers of climate change risk assessment, with specific emphasis on the development of adaptation policy that aims to manage those risks. read more »


Transmission of climate risks across sectors and borders

a research article by Andy J. Challinor, W. Neil Adger, Tim G. Benton, Declan Conway, Manoj Joshi, Dave Frame  30 April, 2018

Paper begins to define new approaches to risk assessment that can account for transboundary and trans-sector risk transmission. read more »


Global trends in climate change legislation and litigation: 2018 snapshot

a briefing note by Michal Nachmany, Joana Setzer  30 April, 2018

This brief summarises the most recent trends in climate change litigation and legislation, now with global coverage. read more »


China, the world and the next decade: better growth, better climate

a policy paper by Ehtisham Ahmad, Isabella Neuweg, Nicholas Stern  26 April, 2018

This paper argues that China’s agenda of internal reform towards strong, clean and inclusive growth is heavily linked to its actions in its major trading partner countries, especially those associated with the Belt and Road Initiative. read more »


When do Indians feel hot? Internet searches indicate seasonality suppresses adaptation to heat

a research article by Tanya Singh, Christian Siderius, Ype Van der Velde  26 April, 2018

In a warming world an increasing number of people are being exposed to heat, making a comfortable thermal environment an important need. This study explores the potential of using Regional … read more »


Crime is in the air: the contemporaneous relationship between air pollution and crime

a working paper by Malvina Bondy, Sefi Roth, Lutz Sager  26 April, 2018

Using data for London, this research finds that elevated levels of air pollution have a positive and statistically significant impact on overall crime – and therefore that improving air quality in urban areas through tighter environmental policy may provide a cost-effective way to reduce crime. read more »


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