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Heterogeneous Farm Household Perceptions about Climate Change: A Case Study of a Semi-arid Region of Ghana

This paper identified household types based on their assets (human, natural and financial). Perceptions of climate change were compared, thus providing information that could inform adaptation strategy policy.

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Published Online: August 28, 2015

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Challenges in Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation into Local Land Use Planning: Evidence from Albay, Philippines

This study offers empirical evidence on the barriers and opportunities for mainstreaming climate change adaptation into local land use planning in Albay, Philippines.

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Perceptions and Responses of Farmers to Climate Change in the Tropical Region of Nepal

The study represents primary research, which explores the first-hand information of the farmers’ understandings and experiences about climate change in Nepal.

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Published Online: August 21, 2015

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Neglected Transformational Responses: Implications of Excluding Short Lived Emissions and Near Term Projections in Greenhouse Gas Accounting

Greenhouse language and conventions skew debate. With short term emissions included and 20 year accounting, Australian emissions more than double, with agriculture offering transformational mitigation opportunities.

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Published Online: August 17, 2015

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Unveiling the Embodied Carbon of Construction Materials through a Product-Based Carbon Labeling Scheme

A product-based carbon labelling scheme has been developed to delineate low carbon construction materials which facilitates decision-makers building low carbon construction facilities and assists manufacturers reducing the carbon footprint.

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Published Online: August 4, 2015

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Climate Change Communication

This paper examines the existing body of climate change communication research and outlines areas for future research.

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Published Online: June 18, 2015

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Social Networks and the Diffusion of Innovations, towards a Critical Partnership for a Successful Adaptation Strategy to climate change: A Case Study of Agriculture in Southwestern Quebec

The topic of this paper is social network's contribution in the diffusion of innovations as a mean for agricultural adaptation to climate change.

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Rediscovering Indigenous Climate Knowledge for Better Responses to Climate Change: Insights from Muzarabani

This article advances climate change discourse by drawing from the knowledge, observations, experiences and views of the indigenous people witnessing climatic phenomena.

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An Eco-village as a Solution for the Border: San Cristobal

In Bogota, a quickly growing city, the borders are more and more diffused. There is an interest in solving the transition between the consolidated city to the rural environment.

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Thermal Comfort and Student Performance in the Phase of Global Warming: Evidence from Brazil

This article aims to demonstrate the results achieved in the investigation into the relationship between performance and thermal comfort.

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