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Dual high‐stake emerging technologies: a review of the climate engineering research literature Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Björn‐Ola Linnér, Victoria Wibeck
  • Published Date: Jan 21, 2015

The literature on climate engineering, or geoengineering, covers a wide range of potential methods for solar radiation management or carbon dioxide removal that vary in technical aspects,...

The politicization of climate change: problem or solution? Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Yves Pepermans, Pieter Maeseele
  • Published Date: May 17, 2016

In the academic literature, two perspectives can be distinguished regarding the climate debate. The dominant consensus‐building perspective problematizes the politicization of climate...

(Mis)communicating climate change? Why online adaptation databases may fail to catalyze adaptation action Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Carrie L. Mitchell, Sarah L. Burch, Patrick A. Driscoll
  • Published Date: May 19, 2016

Over the last decade a plethora of action‐oriented research projects has been conducted in developing countries, exploring how to effectively adapt to the anticipated impacts of climate...

Climate change and ecosystem services Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Robert J. Scholes
  • Published Date: May 19, 2016

Studies of the impacts of climate change cover three broad areas: direct effects on humans, their enterprises, and assets; effects on natural systems; and effects on humans via natural...

Multinational and large national corporations and climate adaptation: are we asking the right questions? A review of current knowledge and a new research perspective Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Alina Averchenkova, Florence Crick, Adriana Kocornik‐Mina, Hayley Leck, Swenja Surminski
  • Published Date: May 19, 2016

Adapting to climate change requires the engagement of all actors in society. Until recently, the predominant research focus has been on governments, communities, and the third sector as...

The expanding field of cooperative initiatives for decarbonization: a review of five databases Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Oscar Widerberg, Johannes Stripple
  • Published Date: May 19, 2016

Climate governance beyond the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)—including countries, companies, civil society, and international organizations, forming...

The durability of building materials under a changing climate Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Mark C. Phillipson, Rohinton Emmanuel, Paul H Baker
  • Published Date: May 19, 2016

Weathering of materials leads to degradation of the fabric of buildings which if left unchecked will lead to an increase in the rate, and possibly severity, of degradation. Adjustments to...

Climate change, malaria, and public health: accounting for socioeconomic contexts in past debates and future research Early View

  • Journal: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change
  • Authors: Jonathan E. Suk
  • Published Date: May 19, 2016

Infectious diseases have long been a focal point of climate change impacts research, with malaria prominent among them. Although it is universally acknowledged that malaria transmission is...

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