Building a climate resilient economy and society [Elektronisk resurs] challenges and opportunities / edited by K.N. Ninan and Makoto Inoue.
Ninan, K. N. (Karachepone Ninan), 1950-
Inoue, Makoto, 1939-
Edward Elgar Publishing.
- ISBN 9781785368455
- Publicerad: Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, c. 2017.
- Engelska 1 online resource (336 p.)
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https://www.elgaronl... (Table of contents / Abstracts)
- Contents: Foreword / Sir Robert T. Watson -- 1. Introduction -- K.N. Ninan and Makoto Inoue -- Part I: Vulnerability, adaptation and resilience -- 2. The environmental impact of climate change adaptation on land use and water quality / Carlo Fezzi, Amii R. Harwood, Andrew A. Lovett and Ian J. Bateman -- 3. Adaptive capacity contributing to improved agricultural productivity at the household level: empirical findings highlighting the importance of crop insurance / Architesh Panda, Upasna Sharma, K.N.Ninan and Anthony Patt -- 4. Adapting to climate change and improving urban resilience: the role of nature and biodiversity protection in cities / Konar Mutafoglu, Patrick ten Brink, Sabrina Dekker, Jamie Woollard and Jean-Pierre Schweitzer -- 5. Coproducing resilience through understanding vulnerability / Vivek Shandas, Anandi van Diepen, Jackson Voelkel, Meenakshi Rao -- 6. Climate resilience and sustainable development: challenges and options for small island developing states / Ramon Pichs-Madruga -- Part II: Climate resilience: sectoral perspectives -- 7. Can agriculture be climate smart? / Irina Arakelyan, Anita Wreford and Dominic Moran -- 8. Global warming and changes in marine ecosystem- economic consequences and adjustment issues / Clem Tisdell -- 9. Climate change, marine ecosystems and global fisheries / U. Rashid Sumaila, William W. L. Cheung, Philippe M. Cury and Travis Tai -- 10. Extreme drought and California's water economy: challenges and opportunities for building resilience / Kathleen A. Miller -- 11. Building urban climate resilience in Vietnam and Bangladesh / Craig Johnson, Iftekharul Haque, Yvonne Su and Kristy May -- 12. Renewable energy economics / David Timmons -- Part III: Incentives, governance and policy -- 13. Carbon pricing policy design and revenue management: economic models and policy practice / Lint Barrage -- 14. REDD+: a global multilevel forest governance for building a climate resilient society / Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue -- 15. Democratising climate finance at local levels / Victor Orindi, Yazan Elhadi and Ced Hesse -- 16. Do climate policies hurt the economy? Lessons from the EU experience / Carlo Carraro and Marinella Davide -- Claim the sky / Robert Costanza -- Index.
- Over time, it is expected that climate change will have a profound impact on human and natural systems, and thereby impede future economic growth and sustainable development. In this innovative and authoritative work, leading international experts discuss the challenges and opportunities for building an economy and society that is more resilient to climate change. Building a Climate Resilient Economy and Society fulfils a long-felt need, which assumed added importance following the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015, for a comprehensive work on climate resilience. The chapters are organised into three thematic sections. The first part explores vulnerability, adaptation and resilience, whilst Part II offers sectoral perspectives from agriculture, fisheries, marine ecosystems, cities and urban infrastructure, drought prone areas and renewable energy. In the final part, the authors examine incentives, institutions and policy, covering topics such as carbon pricing, REDD-plus, the role of institutions and communities, climate finance and policies. Combining a global focus with detailed case studies from a cross section of regions, countries and sectors, this book will prove to be an invaluable resource for researchers, scholars and students. Written in concise, non-technical language, it will also provide a thorough reference for those in civil society or government working on climate resilience and disaster risk reduction.
- Sustainable development. (LCSH)
- Climatic changes. (LCSH)
- Electronic books. (LCSH)
- HC79.E5 (LCC)
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