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Research Report
Asia’s rapid motorisation not only risks a climate crisis but threatens to undermine development itself. This multi-author volume draws upon the research of IGES experts and international collaborators to demonstrate that integrating co-benefits into transport strategies can mitigate the risks of a climate crisis by making development more...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Environmental Hazards
This paper reviews climate change impacts and existing disaster risk management system in Japan and offers results of a structured questionnaire survey of the community leaders and disaster risk management personnel of Saijo city of Japan that assesses their perceptions about dealing with the extreme disasters by the existing disaster risk...
Book Chapter
In Climate Change Adaptation and International Development: Making Development Cooperation More Effective
The objective of Chapter 3 was to present cases from Africa that highlight the local adaptation initiatives in the backdrop of the uniqueness of Africa in terms of its geographical, social, economic, and climate change impacts. This chapter has brought together an useful mixture of case studies of experiences and lessons learned on a variety of...