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Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change

1996 - 2014

Current editor(s): Robert Dixon

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Volume 19, issue 7, 2014

Modeling the impact of mitigation options on methane abatement from rice fields pp. 927-945 Downloads
Misra A.K. and Maitri Verma
Minimizing changing climate impact on buildings using easily and economically feasible earth to air heat exchanger technique pp. 947-954 Downloads
Thainswemong Choudhury and Anil Misra
Assessing the net atmospheric impacts of wood production and utilization pp. 955-968 Downloads
Antti Kilpeläinen, Harri Strandman, Seppo Kellomäki and Jyri Seppälä
From federal to city mitigation and adaptation: climate change policy in Mexico City pp. 969-996 Downloads
Fabiola Sosa-Rodriguez
The response of a mid- and high latitude peat bog to predicted climate change: methane production in a 12-month peat incubation pp. 997-1010 Downloads
Leona Bohdalkova, Martin Novak, Frantisek Buzek, Jakub Kreisinger, Richard Bindler, Katerina Pazderu and Petra Pacherova
Analytical lenses on barriers in the governance of climate change adaptation pp. 1011-1032 Downloads
Biesbroek G., Catrien Termeer, Judith Klostermann and Pavel Kabat
Climate change adaptation and mitigation: next steps for cross-sectoral action to protect global health pp. 1033-1040 Downloads
Kathryn Bowen, Kristie Ebi and Sharon Friel
Guidelines for the strategic management of flood risks in industrial plant oil in the Brazilian coast: adaptive measures to the impacts by relative sea level rise pp. 1041-1062 Downloads
Lacerda G., Silva C., Pimenteira C., Kopp R., Grumback R., Rosa L. and Freitas M.
Effect of age and disturbance on decadal changes in carbon stocks in managed forest landscapes in central Canada pp. 1063-1075 Downloads
Michael Ter-Mikaelian, Stephen Colombo and Jiaxin Chen
Renewable energy powered evacuated tube collector refrigerator system pp. 1077-1089 Downloads
Anand S., Gupta A. and Tyagi S.
Analysis of climate variability in the Manas River Valley, North-Western China (1956–2006) pp. 1091-1107 Downloads
Fenghua Zhang, Munir Hanjra, Fan Hua, Yunqiao Shu and Yuyi Li
Effect of light supply on CO2 capture from atmosphere by Chlorella vulgaris and Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata pp. 1109-1117 Downloads
Pires J., Gonçalves A., Martins F., Alvim-Ferraz M. and Simões M.

Volume 19, issue 6, 2014

From euphoria to reality on efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) pp. 615-620 Downloads
Robin Matthews and Meine Noordwijk
Heterogeneity of experts’ opinion regarding opportunities and challenges of tackling deforestation in the tropics: a Q methodology application pp. 621-640 Downloads
Maria Nijnik, Albert Nijnik, Emmy Bergsma and Robin Matthews
REDD+ and international leakage via food and timber markets: a CGE analysis pp. 641-655 Downloads
Onno Jan Kuik
A perfect storm? Indigenous rights within a national REDD+ readiness process in Peru pp. 657-676 Downloads
Douglas White
Reducing emissions from land use in Indonesia: motivation, policy instruments and expected funding streams pp. 677-692 Downloads
Meine Noordwijk, Fahmuddin Agus, Sonya Dewi and Herry Purnomo
Will funding to Reduce Emissions from Deforestation and (forest) Degradation (REDD+) stop conversion of peat swamps to oil palm in orangutan habitat in Tripa in Aceh, Indonesia? pp. 693-713 Downloads
Hesti Tata, Meine Noordwijk, Denis Ruysschaert, Rachmat Mulia, Subekti Rahayu, Elok Mulyoutami, Atiek Widayati, Andree Ekadinata, Riswan Zen, Adji Darsoyo, Rahayu Oktaviani and Sonya Dewi
Migrants, land markets and carbon emissions in Jambi, Indonesia: Land tenure change and the prospect of emission reduction pp. 715-731 Downloads
Gamma Galudra, Meine Noordwijk, Putra Agung, Suyanto Suyanto and Ujjwal Pradhan
Gender influences decisions to change land use practices in the tropical forest margins of Jambi, Indonesia pp. 733-755 Downloads
Grace Villamor, Febrina Desrianti, Ratna Akiefnawati, Sacha Amaruzaman and Meine Noordwijk
Implications of uncertainty and scale in carbon emission estimates on locally appropriate designs to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation (REDD+) pp. 757-772 Downloads
Betha Lusiana, Meine Noordwijk, Feri Johana, Gamma Galudra, Suyanto S. and Georg Cadisch
Low carbon emission development strategies for Jambi, Indonesia: simulation and trade-off analysis using the FALLOW model pp. 773-788 Downloads
Rachmat Mulia, Atiek Widayati, Suyanto, Putra Agung and Muhammad Zulkarnain
Greenhouse gas emission factors for land use and land-use change in Southeast Asian peatlands pp. 789-807 Downloads
Hergoualc’h K. and Verchot L.
Is CO2 flux from oil palm plantations on peatland controlled by soil moisture and/or soil and air temperatures? pp. 809-819 Downloads
Setiari Marwanto and Fahmuddin Agus
Peat emission control by groundwater management and soil amendments: evidence from laboratory experiments pp. 821-829 Downloads
Edi Husen, Selly Salma and Fahmuddin Agus
Root- and peat-based CO2 emissions from oil palm plantations pp. 831-843 Downloads
Ai Dariah, Setiari Marwanto and Fahmuddin Agus
CO2 emissions from tropical drained peat in Sumatra, Indonesia pp. 845-862 Downloads
Husnain Husnain, Wigena I., Ai Dariah, Setiari Marwanto, Prihasto Setyanto and Fahmuddin Agus
The Tropical Peatland Plantation-Carbon Assessment Tool: estimating CO2 emissions from tropical peat soils under plantations pp. 863-885 Downloads
Jenny Farmer, Robin Matthews, Pete Smith and Jo Smith
Mud, muddle and models in the knowledge value-chain to action on tropical peatland conservation pp. 887-905 Downloads
Meine van Noordwijk, Robin Matthews, Fahmuddin Agus, Jenny Farmer, Louis Verchot, Kristell Hergoualc’h, Sebastian Persch, Hesti Tata, Betha Lusiana, Atiek Widayati and Sonya Dewi
Implementing REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation): evidence on governance, evaluation and impacts from the REDD-ALERT project pp. 907-925 Downloads
Robin Matthews, Meine Noordwijk, Eric Lambin, Patrick Meyfroidt, Joyeeta Gupta, Louis Verchot, Kristell Hergoualc’h and Edzo Veldkamp

Volume 19, issue 5, 2014

Plant canopies: bio-monitor and trap for re-suspended dust particulates contaminated with heavy metals pp. 499-508 Downloads
Ram S., Majumder S., Chaudhuri P., Chanda S., Santra S., Maiti P., Sudarshan M. and Chakraborty A.
Potential benefits of drought and heat tolerance in groundnut for adaptation to climate change in India and West Africa pp. 509-529 Downloads
Piara Singh, Nedumaran S., Ntare B., Boote K., Singh N., Srinivas K. and Bantilan M.
Farmers’ perceptions of climate variability and barriers to adaptation: lessons learned from an exploratory study in Vietnam pp. 531-548 Downloads
Hoa Dang, Elton Li, Johan Bruwer and Ian Nuberg
Erratum to: Farmers’ perceptions of climate variability and barriers to adaptation: lessons learned from an exploratory study in Vietnam pp. 549-549 Downloads
Hoa Dang, Elton Li, Johan Bruwer and Ian Nuberg
Assessing inundation damage and timing of adaptation: sea level rise and the complexities of land use in coastal communities pp. 551-568 Downloads
Brenda Lin, Yong Khoo, Matthew Inman, Chi-Hsiang Wang, Sorada Tapsuwan and Xiaoming Wang
Mountain communities and climate change adaptation: barriers to planning and hurdles to implementation in the Southern Rocky Mountain Region of North America pp. 569-587 Downloads
Kelli Archie
A Geographic Information System (GIS)-based approach to adaptation to regional climate change: a case study of Okutama-machi, Tokyo, Japan pp. 589-614 Downloads
Yingjiu Bai, Ikuyo Kaneko, Hikaru Kobayashi, Kazuo Kurihara, Izuru Takayabu, Hidetaka Sasaki and Akihiko Murata

Volume 19, issue 4, 2014

Policy options to support climate-induced migration: insights from disaster relief in China pp. 375-389 Downloads
Hongjian Zhou, Weixing Zhang, Yehong Sun and Yi Yuan
The determinants of support levels for wind energy in the European Union. An econometric study pp. 391-410 Downloads
Pablo Río, Miguel Tarancón and Cristina Peñasco
Climate change adaptation planning in agriculture: processes, experiences and lessons learned from early adapters pp. 411-430 Downloads
Livia Bizikova, Erica Crawford, Maria Nijnik and Rob Swart
Impact of climate change: an empirical investigation of Malaysian rice production pp. 431-444 Downloads
Muhammad Masud, Md. Rahman, Abul Quasem Al-Amin, Fatimah Kari and Walter Filho
Two methods to assess vulnerability to climate change in the Mexican agricultural sector pp. 445-461 Downloads
Alejandro Monterroso, Cecilia Conde, Carlos Gay, David Gómez and José López
Catastrophe theory to assess water security and adaptation strategy in the context of environmental change pp. 463-477 Downloads
Wang Xiao-jun, Zhang Jian-yun, Shamsuddin Shahid, Xia Xing-hui, He Rui-min and Shang Man-ting
Optimal carbon mitigation strategy under non-linear feedback effects and in the presence of permafrost release trigger hazard pp. 479-497 Downloads
Ram Ranjan

Volume 19, issue 3, 2014

Climate policy planning and development impact assessment pp. 255-260 Downloads
Silviu Serban Scrieciu and Zaid Chalabi
Advancing methodological thinking and practice for development-compatible climate policy planning pp. 261-288 Downloads
Silviu Serban Scrieciu, Valerie Belton, Zaid Chalabi, Reinhard Mechler and Daniel Puig
Water resource management and climate change adaptation: a holistic and multiple criteria perspective pp. 289-308 Downloads
Kathleen Miller and Valerie Belton
Tools for developing adaptation policy to protect human health pp. 309-330 Downloads
Zaid Chalabi and Sari Kovats
Adaptation policies to increase terrestrial ecosystem resilience: potential utility of a multicriteria approach pp. 331-354 Downloads
Ariane de Bremond and Nathan Engle
The fiscal implications of climate change and policy responses pp. 355-374 Downloads
Paul Ekins and Stefan Speck

Volume 19, issue 2, 2014

Farm management decision and response to climate variability and change in Côte d’Ivoire pp. 123-142 Downloads
Hermann Comoé, Robert Finger and Dominique Barjolle
Development projects for small rural communities in the Brazilian Amazon region as potential strategies and practices of climate change adaptation pp. 143-160 Downloads
Claudio Szlafsztein
Implications of a changing climate on food security and smallholders’ livelihoods in Bogotá, Colombia pp. 161-176 Downloads
Anton Eitzinger, Peter Läderach, Christian Bunn, Audberto Quiroga, Andreas Benedikter, Antonio Pantoja, Jason Gordon and Michele Bruni
Analyzing flood risk and related impacts to urban communities in central Vietnam pp. 177-198 Downloads
Bam Razafindrabe, Ryohei Kada, Makoto Arima and Shoji Inoue
Adaptation strategies of climate variability impacts on alpine grassland ecosystems in Tibetan Plateau pp. 199-209 Downloads
Qing-zhu Gao, Yue Li, Hong-mei Xu, Yun-fan Wan and Wang-zha Jiangcun
Future production of rainfed wheat in Iran (Khorasan province): climate change scenario analysis pp. 211-227 Downloads
Mohammad Bannayan and Ehsan Eyshi Rezaei
Developing biofuels industry in small economies: Policy experiences and lessons from the caribbean basin initiative pp. 229-253 Downloads
Kalim U. Shah, George Philippidis, Hari Bansha Dulal and Gernot Brodnig

Volume 19, issue 1, 2014

Impacts of bioethanol on gasoline prices in the Philippines: an econometric analysis pp. 1-13 Downloads
Jose Cantos and Robert Dixon
Climate change mitigation strategies in agriculture, forestry and other land use sectors in Vietnam pp. 15-32 Downloads
Nguyen Hoa, Tomoko Hasegawa and Yuzuru Matsuoka
Millennium development goals and clean development: synergies in the Pacific pp. 33-44 Downloads
Stephanie Byrom, Sebastian Thomas and Paul Dargusch
Climate change mitigation policy paradigms—national objectives and alignments pp. 45-71 Downloads
Kirsten Halsnæs, Amit Garg, John Christensen, Helene Føyn, Maryna Karavai, Emilio Rovere, Matthew Bramley, Xianli Zhu, Catherine Mitchell, Joyashree Roy, Kanako Tanaka, Hidefumi Katayama, Carlos Mena, Imoh Obioh, Igor Bashmakov, Stanford Mwakasonda, Myong-Kyoon Lee, Marlene Vinluan, Yu Huang and Laura Segafredo
How sustainable are forestry clean development mechanism projects?—A review of the selected projects from India pp. 73-91 Downloads
Ashish Aggarwal
Financing for innovative technologies and best practices to reduce persistent organic pollutants pp. 93-106 Downloads
Ibrahima Sow, Robert Dixon, Jie Pan, Anil Sookdeo, Evelyn Swain and Laurent Granier
Climate change and water resources management in Tuwei river basin of Northwest China pp. 107-120 Downloads
Wang Xiao-jun, Zhang Jian-yun, Wang Jian-hua, He Rui-min, Amgad ElMahdi, Liu Jin-hua, Wang Xin-gong, David King and Shamsuddin Shahid
Review of Robbins, M (2011) Crops and carbon: paying farmers to combat climate change. London, Earthscan pp. 121-122 Downloads
Katharine Vincent
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