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Handbook of Climate Change Resilience

  • Walter Leal Filho
Living reference work

Table of contents

  1. Haitham R. Elramlawi, Hassan I. Mohammed, Ali W. Elamin, Omer A. Abdallah, Abdel Aziz A. M. Taha
  2. Oyediran O. Oyebola, Jackson Efitre, Augustine E. Falaye, Taiwo M. Dada, Funmilayo C. Idowu
  3. Olawale Emmanuel Olayide, Samuel A. Donkoh, Isaac Gershon Kodwo Ansah, William Adzawla, Patrick J. O’Reilly, Sean Mayes et al.
  4. Olumuyiwa Idowu Ojo, Abdulafeez Olalekan Olaniyan, Adeniyi Suleiman Gbadegesin, Masengo Francois Ilunga
  5. David Yisrael Epstein HaLevi, Greg William Misiaszek, Hugh Kelly, Sheena Shah, Charles Mugarura, Liam James Walsh
  6. A. Saleem Khan, Kytt MacManus, Jane Mills, Malgosia Madajewicz, Laxmi Ramasubramanian
  7. Lin Bautze, Gian L. Nicolay, Matthias Meier, Andreas Gattinger, Adrian Muller
  8. Lydia Mosunmola Adeleke, Olufunmilayo Bosede Akinwalere, Oluwatosin Kehinde Olajubu, Emmanuel Gbenga Onibi
  9. Muhammad Abdur Rahaman, Mohammad Mahbubur Rahman, Md. Shahadat Hossain
  10. Tino Johansson, Emmah Owidi, Sarah Ndonye, Sarah Achola, Weyessa Garedew, Claudia Capitani
  11. Neil R. Miller, Wilfred Mariki, Alison Nord, Sieglinde Snapp
  12. Chris M. Mwungu, Caroline Mwongera, Kelvin M. Shikuku, Mariola Acosta, Peter Läderach
  13. Mayowa Fasona, Peter Adegbenga Adeonipekun, Oludare Agboola, Akinlabi Akintuyi, Adedoyin Bello, Oluwatoyin Ogundipe et al.
  14. Peterson N. M. Njeru, Jayne Mugwe, Monicah Mucheru-Muna, Immaculate Maina, Stephen K. Kimani, David K. Lelgut
  15. Arega Shumetie, Kassa Belay, Degye Goshu, Majaliwa Mwanjalolo

About this book

Introduction

Climate resilience, or the capacity of socio-ecological systems to adapt and upkeep their functions when facing physical-chemical stress, is a key feature of ecosystems and communities. As the risks and impacts of climate change become more intense and more visible, there is a need to foster a broader understanding of both the impacts of these disruptions to food, water, and energy supplies and to increase resilience at the national and local level.

The Handbook of Climate Change Resilience comprises a diverse body of knowledge, united in the objective of building climate resilience in both the industralised and the developing world. This unique publication will assist scientists, decision-makers and community members to take action to make countries, regions and cities more resilient.

Keywords

Climate Change adaptation Climate change management Sustainable Agriculture Forestry resilience Sustainability water energy food nexus Climate change mitigation Forest management Climate policy Resilience recommendations

Editors and affiliations

  • Walter Leal Filho
    • 1
  1. 1.FTZ-NKHamburg University of Applied Sciences HamburgGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71025-9
  • Copyright Information Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2018
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Earth and Environmental Science
  • Online ISBN 978-3-319-71025-9