Articles

Elsevier,

Energy Nexus,
Volume 8,
2022,
100144

Improving environmental quality through reducing emissions is the central pillar of climate change mitigation and achieving sustainable development goals.
Elsevier,

Geography and Sustainability, Volume 3, September 2022

This study reveals that climate change reduces the variety of wetland ecosystem services and increases socio-economic vulnerability and economic stress.
Elsevier,

Energy Policy, Volume 168, September 2022

Carbon prices are too low. Switching prices and/or caps are needed. Prices and caps need to deliver targets to stay under to 1.5 °C. Border adjustments are probably needed.
Elsevier,

Geography and Sustainability, Volume 3, September 2022

This study aims to analyse catastrophic floods and severe droughts affected by climate change from paleo studies to studies that focus on future projections.
Elsevier,

Geography and Sustainability, Volume 3, September 2022

Climate change and economic growth are responsible for increased water stress.This study provides a baseline understanding of the interplay among water, climate change, and socio-economic development in NSTM.
Elsevier,

Geography and Sustainability, Volume 3, September 2022

Under global warming, seasonal snow takes faster melting rate than before, which greatly changes the hydrological cycle. This study offer insights into understanding the effect from seasonal snow on vegetation and promote the sustainable utilization of regional vegetation in the Northern Hemisphere.
Elsevier,

The Lancet HIV, Volume 9, September 2022

An Article in support of SDG 3, assessing whether community mobilisation increases HIV testing, linkage to care, and retention in care over time in intervention relative to control communities.
Elsevier,

The Journal of Climate Change and Health,
Volume 8,
2022,
100126

The aim of this review was to synthesize evidence around the nexus between climate and health in the Caribbean, thereby presenting a more concise understanding of the current impact on vulnerable low-lying and coastal communities. 
Elsevier,

The Journal of Climate Change and Health, Volume 8, October 2022, 100145

Children with special healthcare needs (CSHCN) are particularly susceptible to extreme weather events. The aim of this study is to contribute to the limited body of literature related to the climate crisis and CSHCN, and to summarize possible ways to improve the disaster preparedness of families of CSHCN.

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