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Marketisation of Climate Change Services

Visscher, 2017). Such services include long term weather predictions, agricultural predictions, climate change adaptation information and strategies, climate change mitigation information and strategies and disaster risk management (Stegmaier and Visscher, 2017). By a climate services market we mean a market of public and private information and data that aids both public and private climate change adaptation efforts. Commonly, a climate service market is a market (or quasi-market) created by

Eleanor Malbon, Luke Craven

Evidence Base , ISSUE 1, 15–24

Research Article

Change-point detection in CO2 emission-energy consumption nexus using a recursive Bayesian estimation approach

of the model descended to the lowest in the mid-1990s and attained the highest peak in early 2000. These changepoints can be attributed to the economic growth, regime changes, anthropogenic activities, vehicular emissions, population growth and industrial revolution in these countries. These results have implications on climate change prediction and global warming in both countries, and also shows that recursive Bayesian dynamic model with time-varying parameters is suitable for statistical

Olushina Olawale Awe, Abosede Adedayo Adepoju

Statistics in Transition New Series , ISSUE 1, 123–136

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Natural Hazards, Climate Change, and Adaptation: Persistent Questions and Answers

and other national studies, we learned that developing countries had much greater hazard deaths rates and industrialized countries had much larger economic losses. Adding in the costs of adaptation effort to prevent these losses gave us an overall social cost, and as the percentage of per capita GNP current at the time, the burden on the developing countries was much greater than that of the industrialized countries. Now forty years later, human-induced climate change that we did not consider in

ROBERT W. KATES

South Australian Geographical Journal , 43–55

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Adaptation to Climate change in Farming Communities: Observations from two Research Projects in South Australia

Findings are presented from two major research projects investigating impacts of climate change in rural South Australia. One focuses specifically on farmers’ responses to periods of pronounced heat and drought on both Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas. The second looks more broadly at how rural communities across the State respond to spells of extremely high temperatures. In both cases, the primary data source is semi-structured interviews with key informants who provided information on their

Guy M. Robinson

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 43–58

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Towards sustainability: The feasibility of a sustainability hub in Clare and the Mid North, South Australia

Sustainability is frequently referenced in association with climate change adaptation using new methods and technologies, signifying the ability of people to meet the social, economic, and environmental needs of existing and future generations without exhausting natural resources or degrading the quality of the natural environmental; sustainability is central to global resource conservancy. Local governments are in a primary position to address these goals and indeed across Australia are

Bridie Meyer-McLean, Simon Millcock

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 1–19

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A CASE STUDY ON PERCEPTIONS OF PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN THE EASTERN PROVINCE OF SAUDI ARABIA

Health Organization’s 2016 top 15 cities with the worst air pollution. Local studies have shown that vehicle traffic is a significant contributor to poor air quality and thus, eventually, climate change. Public transportation could alleviate some of the pollution. Unfortunately, overall past perceptions of public transportation and its negative connotations within the Saudi Arabian cultural setting have discouraged previous attempts to develop public transit services. Currently, KSA is

Helen Palmer PETERSON, Zulfat AL KASSIM

Transport Problems , ISSUE 2, 5–15

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Climate change adaptation for peri-urban horticulture: a case study of the Adelaide Hills apple and pear industry

Despite a growing body of climate change adaptation research, translating findings into action remains a challenge. The need for early intervention looms as a significant problem for horticulture industries in Australia’s peri-urban regions where competing demands for resources generate land use conflicts. Tools and methods that help stakeholders and decision-makers understand climate risks and adaptation options at a more strategic level provide a mechanism to bridge the gap between

Peter Houston, Douglas K. Bardsley

South Australian Geographical Journal , ISSUE 1, 29–42

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Community gardens as pathways to community resilience? Reflections on a pilot study in Adelaide, South Australia

Cities across the world are facing increasing challenges from the impacts of urbanisation, pollution and climate change. Green spaces and urban vegetation are at ongoing risk of destruction or removal. New residential developments rarely plan for or provide gardens. Nonetheless, the need to maintain urban green spaces is more important than ever. This paper discusses the role of community gardens and whether or not they have a role to play in enhancing community resilience to issues such as

MELISSA NURSEY-BRAY, ELEANOR PARNELL, RACHEL A. ANKENY, HEATHER BRAY, DIANNE RUDD

South Australian Geographical Journal , 13–28

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First Report of Scutellonema brachyurus (Steiner, 1938) Andrassy, 1958 and Occurrence of Meloidogyne incognita (Kofoid & White, 1919) Chitwood, 1949 in Belgium

Recently, the presence of tropical nematodes has been reported from several Mediterranean or more southern European countries (Wesemael et al., 2011; EPPO, 2019). However, tropical nematodes do not yet pose a problem in the more northern parts of Europe, including Belgium. According to Bebber et al. (2013), there is clear evidence of a general, climate change-driven, poleward migration of pests and plant pathogens, a movement that can include tropical plant-parasitic nematodes. Interestingly

Huu Tien Nguyen, Quang Phap Trinh, Marjolein Couvreur, Phougeishangbam Rolish Singh, Wilfrida Decraemer, Wim Bert

journal of nematology , 1–6

Research Article

THE RISK OF DISEASES TRANSMITTEDBY INSECT VECTORS IN ANIMALS IN EUROPE

interference in nature affect the occurrence of diseases. The increase in temperature creates the right conditions for the growth and spread of vectors such as mosquitoes. Climate change may contribute to the spread of infectious diseases in the future.

Katarzyna Krasoń, Magdalena Larska

Postępy Mikrobiologii - Advancements of Microbiology , ISSUE 4, 385–397

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ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINTS OF CURRENT AND FUTURE ELECTRIC BATTERY CHARGING AND ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN POLAND

carbon footprint was determined using the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) method. The water footprint was calculated using the Hoekstra method. The environmental footprints were provided by the SimaPro 8 package with the Ecoinvent 3 database. The obtained results showed that the carbon footprint and water footprints of electric passenger cars in Poland are primarily related to the type of electricity used to charge electric car batteries. The results showed that current and future

Dorota BURCHART-KOROL, Piotr FOLĘGA

Transport Problems , ISSUE 1, 61–70

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