Climate and Development

Papers
(The TQCC of Climate and Development is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Interrogating ‘effectiveness’ in climate change adaptation: 11 guiding principles for adaptation research and practice81
Turbulent transformation: abrupt societal disruption and climate resilient development54
Climate-Smart agriculture and potato production in Kenya: review of the determinants of practice49
Does the use of climate information contribute to climate change adaptation? Evidence from Ghana45
The tragedy of climate change science43
‘When we were children we had dreams, then we came to Dhaka to survive’: urban stories connecting loss of wellbeing, displacement and (im)mobility42
Funding flows for climate change research on Africa: where do they come from and where do they go?41
Shock interactions, coping strategy choices and household food security36
Determinants of smallholder farmers’ adaptation options to climate change in a coffee-based farming system of Southwest Ethiopia32
Techniques and skills of indigenous weather and seasonal climate forecast in Northern Ghana32
Gendered dimensions of migration in relation to climate change26
A bibliometric-qualitative literature review of green finance gap and future research directions26
Climate change and development in South Africa: the impact of rising temperatures on economic productivity and labour availability24
The evolution of transformational change in multilateral funds dedicated to financing adaptation to climate change24
Harnessing indigenous knowledge for climate change-resilient water management – lessons from an ethnographic case study in Iran23
Understanding gender differences in availability, accessibility and use of climate information among smallholder farmers in Malawi22
The evolution of empirical adaptation research in the global South from 2010 to 202022
Differential household vulnerability to climatic and non-climatic stressors in semi-arid areas of Mali, West Africa20
Promoting banana farmers’ adoption of climate-smart agricultural practices: the role of agricultural cooperatives16
Vulnerability of smallholder agriculture to environmental change in North-Western Ghana and implications for development planning16
A climate resilience research renewal agenda: learning lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic for urban climate resilience16
Transforming environmental research to avoid tragedy16
Farmers’ preferences for climate-smart cowpea varieties: implications for crop breeding programmes16
Equity in climate scholarship: a manifesto for action16
Population health risks in multi-hazard environments: action needed in the Cyclone Amphan and COVID-19 – hit Sundarbans region, India16
Can labour migration help households adapt to climate change? Evidence from four river basins in South Asia16
Influence of social capital in adopting climate change adaptation strategies: empirical evidence from rural areas of Ambo district in Ethiopia16
Examining the outcomes of urban adaptation interventions on gender equality using SDG 515
Farmers’ drought experience, risk perceptions, and behavioural intentions for adaptation: evidence from Ethiopia15
Community perceptions of climate change and ecosystem-based adaptation in the mangrove ecosystem of the Rufiji Delta, Tanzania14
Local knowledge in climate change adaptation in the Cook Islands14
Climate shocks and adaptation strategies in coastal Bangladesh: does microcredit have a part to play?13
Impact of natural disasters on the efficiency of agricultural production: an exemplar from rice farming in Sri Lanka13
Understanding the influence of Iranian farmers’ climate change beliefs on their adaptation strategies and mitigation intentions12
WAMPUM Adaptation framework: eastern coastal Tribal Nations and sea level rise impacts on water security12
Climate change and high-altitude food security: a small-scale study from the Karnali region in Nepal12
Tackling knowledge and power: an environmental justice perspective on climate change adaptation in Kiribati12
Land is now the biggest gun: climate change and conflict in Karamoja, Uganda11
Education and adaptive capacity: the influence of formal education on climate change adaptation of pastoral women11
Extreme heat vulnerability assessment in tropical region: a case study in Malaysia11
Responses of the Tharu to climate change-related hazards in the water sector: Indigenous perceptions, vulnerability and adaptations in the western Tarai of Nepal11
Climate change and hunter-gatherers in montane eastern DR Congo11
Integrated assessment of human vulnerability to extreme climate hazards: emerging outcomes for adaptation finance allocation in Southwest Nigeria10
Adaptation to climate change induced water stress in major glacierized mountain regions10
Climate change, labour availability and the future of gender inequality in South Africa10
Assessing vulnerability of wetland fisheries to climate change: a stakeholders’ perception-based approach10
The role of social institutions in indigenous Andean Pastoralists’ adaptation to climate-related water hazards10
Ways of healing in the Anthropocene10
Management of small irrigation tank cascade systems (STCS) in Sri Lanka: past, present and future10
Integrating seasonal climate forecasts into adaptive social protection in the Sahel9
Climate mainstreaming via national climate funds: the experiences of Bangladesh and Ethiopia9
Mainstreaming climate change adaptation into pro-poor development initiatives: evidence from local economic development programmes in Ghana9
Reshaping ties to land: a systematic review of the psychosocial and cultural impacts of Pacific climate-related mobility9
Climate change, mental health and wellbeing: privileging Pacific peoples’ perspectives – phase one9
Disasters and economic growth: evidence for Argentina9
Climate change adaptation strategies, farm performance and poverty reduction among smallholder farming households in Ghana9
Traditional agricultural knowledge in land management: the potential contributions of ethnographic research to climate change adaptation in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan9
Framing Loss and Damage from climate change as the failure of Sustainable Development9
Adoption patterns of Climate-Smart Agriculture in integrated crop-livestock smallholder farming systems of Zimbabwe9
Climate change risks to human development in sub-Saharan Africa: a review of the literature9
Climate-related disasters and agricultural land conversion: towards prevention policies8
Managing multiple hazards: lessons from anticipatory humanitarian action for climate disasters during COVID-198
Women’s vulnerability to climate-related risks to household water security in Centre-East, Burkina Faso8
The role of social networks in relocation induced by climate-related hazards: an empirical investigation in China8
Climate change adaptation planning in remote contexts: insights from community-based natural resource management and rural development initiatives in the Pacific Islands8
Climate change events in the Bengali migration to the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) in Bangladesh8
On- and non-farm adaptation in Senegal: understanding differentiation and drivers of farmer strategies8
A comparative review on the mitigation strategies of urban heat island (UHI): a pathway for sustainable urban development8
Impacts of climatic hazards on agricultural growth in India8
Smallholder oil palm farmers’ pro-adaptation behaviour under climate impact scenario: application of protection Motivation Theory8
Bee mietii rak rkabni nis (The people know how to seed water): A Zapotec experience in adapting to water scarcity and drought8
Promoting environmental sustainability in Africa: evidence from governance synergy8
Mainstreaming forecast based action into national disaster risk management systems: experience from drought risk management in Kenya8
What will drive the small tea growers towards environment-friendly cultivation? Implications from the tea sector in Assam, India8
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