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In Progress in Disaster Science
Author:
Ram
Avtar
Abhijit
Mukherjee
Md. Nasif
Ahsan
Duc
Cong Hiep Nguyen
Hong Quan
Nguyen
Rajib
Shaw
Binaya Kumar
Mishra
Rapid global changes (population growth, urbanization and frequent extreme weather conditions) have cumulatively affected local water bodies and resulted in unfavorable hydrological, ecological, and environmental changes in the major river systems. Particularly, communities in isolated riverine islands are heavily affected due to their poor...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Progress in Disaster Science
The phenomenon of regional and global integration has resulted in natural hazards and climate change impacts in one country affecting people and countries far away. This phenomenon of globalization of local risks has long been known but has not received much attention. With greater regional integration and greater impacts of climate change, these...
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In Development Cooperation Review
The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has emerged as one of the severe and important health disasters during recent times. The impacts of the COVID-19 have spanned across the globe and rightly qualify to be a transboundary disaster. When looked through the lens of transboundary risks, COVID-19 is not the first of its kind. Health and non-health...
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Peer-reviewed Article
In Inland Waters
Author:
Egor
Zadereev
Oksana
Lipka
Bakhtiyor
Karimov
Marina
Krylenko
Victoria
Elias
Isabel
Sousa Pinto
Valida
Alizade
Yaakov
Anker
Alan
Feest
Daria
Kuznetsova
Rashad
Salimov
Markus
Fischer
This review of trends in inland saline lakes of Europe and Central Asia is based on the relevant section of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) Regional Assessment Report for Europe and Central Asia (ECA). We assessed the present status of ECA saline lakes and the effects of direct drivers...
Peer-reviewed Article
In International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
The paper narrates a pilot study to understand disaster preparedness among foreign residents living in Japan, using typhoon Hagibis as a reference. We empirically evaluated an individual disaster preparedness framework following the 72-h golden rule of disaster survival. The framework consisted of 14 variables, and responses were collected over a...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Water
Author:
Ram
Avtar
Hitesh
Supe
Dou
Jie
Netranada
Sahu
Binaya Kumar
Mishra
Ali P
Yunus
The novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has brought countries around the world to a standstill in the early part of 2020. Several nations and territories around the world insisted their population stay indoors for practicing social distance in order to avoid infecting the disease. Consequently, industrial activities, businesses, and all modes of...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Climate Change
Author:
Sonal
Bindal
Anand
Kumar
Javed
Mallick
Satyanarayan
Shashtri
Chander Kumar
Singh
Groundwater arsenic (As) contamination is a health threat for millions of people in the Gangetic plains of India. It is, therefore, critical to understand the mechanism of As enrichment to reduce the As exposure. Geochemical analysis of 30 groundwater samples collected across the banks of River Sharda was performed for the identification of major...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Journal of Environmental Management
Author:
Adriana
Gomez-Sabarina
Lena
Hoglund-Isaksson
Zbigniew Klimont
Hooman
Farzaneh
Chairunnisa
The government of Indonesia has pledged to meet ambitious greenhouse gas mitigation goals in its Nationally Determined Contribution as well as reduce water pollution through its water management policies. A set of technologies could conceivably help achieving these goals simultaneously. However, the installation and widespread application of these...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Sustainability Science
Author:
Chun Sheng
Goh
Yoshiki
Yamagata
The concept of sustainability science is paramount to establish a development thinking with deep and thorough considerations of hybridized on-ground realities shaped by the interplay of energy, land, economic, and climatic elements. This special feature intends to engage sustainability science in understanding the role of bioenergy in sustainable...
Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Sustainability
Author:
Jules
Pretty
Simon
Attwood
Richard
Bawden
Henk
van den Berg
Zareen
P. Bharucha
John
Dixon
Cornelia
Butler Flora
Kevin
Gallagher
Ken
Genskow
Sue
E. Hartley
Jan
Willem Ketelaar
Japhet
K. Kiara
Viyay
Kumar
Yuelai
Lu
Tom
MacMillan
Anne
Maréchal
Alma
Linda Morales-Abubakar
Andrew
Noble
P. V. Vara
Prasad
Ewald
Rametsteiner
John
Reganold
Jacob
I. Ricks
Johan
Rockström
Peter
Thorne
Songliang
Wang
Hannah
Wittman
Michael
Winter
Puyun
Yang
For agriculture and land management to improve natural capital over whole landscapes, social cooperation has long been required. The political economy of the later twentieth and early twenty-first centuries prioritized unfettered individual action over the collective, and many rural institutions were harmed or destroyed. Since then, a wide range of...