Global Environmental Change

Journal article

13 Jun 2018
5

As climate policy needs to address all feasible ways to reduce carbon emissions, there is an increasing focus on demand-side solutions. Studies of household carbon footprints have allocated emissions during production to the consumption of the produced goods, and provided an understanding of what products...

Journal article

1 Feb 2013
5

On April 2nd, 2007 a 12. m tsunami struck Simbo, a relatively remote island in Western Province, Solomon Islands. Although Simbo's population continues to depend on their own food production and small-scale governance regimes regulate access to resources, the island's way of life over the...

Journal article

1 Jan 2013
5

This study explores the factors affecting rural landholders' adaptation to climate change from the perspectives of formal institutions and communities of practice. Semi-structured interviews were conducted with formal institutions (e.g. South Australian government agencies) and communities of practice (e.g. farm systems groups) within two natural...

Journal article

14 Jul 2010
1136

This paper argues that some degree of climate change is now inevitable, and so therefore is the need for responses to avoid its likely impacts.

There are at least five distinct types or pathways through which maladaptation arises; namely actions that, relative...