Climate Risk Management

(The median citation count of Climate Risk Management is 3. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Mapping the evolution and current trends in climate change adaptation science75
Digital technologies can enhance climate resilience of critical infrastructure61
Improving the effectiveness of agricultural extension services in supporting farmers to adapt to climate change: Insights from northeastern Ghana48
Changing climate risk in the UK: A multi-sectoral analysis using policy-relevant indicators38
Inventories of extreme weather events and impacts: Implications for loss and damage from and adaptation to climate extremes31
Climate change-induced disasters and cultural heritage: Optimizing management strategies in Central Europe31
Temperature and rainfall impacts on robusta coffee bean characteristics31
Improving productivity of Australian wheat by adapting sowing date and genotype phenology to future climate30
Managing extreme weather and climate change in UK agriculture: Impacts, attitudes and action among farmers and stakeholders29
Climate change impacts on peak river flows: Combining national-scale hydrological modelling and probabilistic projections29
Prevalence of household food insecurity in East Africa: Linking food access with climate vulnerability28
Impacts and implications of climate change on wastewater systems: A New Zealand perspective28
Farmers’ perceptions and role of institutional arrangements in climate change adaptation: Insights from rainfed Pakistan24
Lessons from COVID-19 for managing transboundary climate risks and building resilience22
The psychological consequences of the ecological crisis: Three new questionnaires to assess eco-anxiety, eco-guilt, and ecological grief22
Trends in torrential flooding in the Austrian Alps: A combination of climate change, exposure dynamics, and mitigation measures21
To what extent do weather and climate information services drive the adoption of climate-smart agriculture practices in Ghana?21
Global analysis of sea level rise risk to airports20
Long-term sea-level rise necessitates a commitment to adaptation: A first order assessment19
The impact of seasonality and climate variability on livelihood security in the Ecuadorian Andes19
From moral hazard to risk-response feedback18
A critical exploration of adaptation heuristics16
The importance of different land tenure systems for farmers’ response to climate change: A systematic review16
Linking disaster risk reduction and human development16
Psychological factors and social processes influencing wildfire smoke protective behavior: Insights from a case study in Northern California16
Managed retreats by whom and how? Identifying and delineating governance modalities15
Modelling hydrological processes under climate change scenarios in the Jemma sub-basin of upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia15
Adoption of combinations of adaptive and mitigatory climate-smart agricultural practices and its impacts on rice yield and income: Empirical evidence from Hubei, China14
Adaptive water management in the face of uncertainty: Integrating machine learning, groundwater modeling and robust decision making14
Empirical evidence from Bangladesh of assessing climate hazard-related loss and damage and state of adaptive capacity to address them13
Performance of dry and wet spells combined with remote sensing indicators for crop yield prediction in Senegal13
Climate change, precipitation shifts and early summer drought: An irrigation tipping point for Finnish farmers?13
Severe climate change risks to food security and nutrition13
Towards a deeper understanding of barriers to national climate change adaptation policy: A systematic review13
Poorly adapted but nothing to lose? A study on the flood risk – income relationship with a focus on low-income households13
Hydropower dams, river drought and health effects: A detection and attribution study in the lower Mekong Delta Region13
Contemporary flood risk perceptions in England: Implications for flood risk management foresight12
Future climate risk to UK agriculture from compound events12
Interactions between two existential threats: COVID-19 and climate change12
Assessing small livestock herders’ adaptation to climate variability and its impact on livestock losses and poverty12
A framework for building climate storylines based on downward counterfactuals: The case of the European Union Solidarity fund12
Understanding the vulnerability, farming strategies and development pathways of smallholder farming systems in Telangana, India11
Climate change risk perceptions, facilitating conditions and health risk management intentions: Evidence from farmers in rural China11
Modeling high-resolution climate change impacts on wheat and maize in Italy11
Regional economic analysis of flood defence heights at the German Baltic Sea coast: A multi-method cost-benefit approach for flood prevention11
Forecast probability, lead time and farmer decision-making in rice farming systems in Northern Ghana11
Understanding and responding to climate-driven non-economic loss and damage in the Pacific Islands11
Can I move or can I stay? Applying a life course perspective on immobility when facing gradual environmental changes in Morocco11
Threshold temperatures for subjective heat stress in urban apartments—Analysing nocturnal bedroom temperatures during a heat wave in Germany11
Adaptation strategies and land productivity of banana farmers under climate change in China10
Managing climate risk in livestock production in South Africa: How might improved tailored forecasting contribute?10
Changes in the risk of extreme temperatures in megacities worldwide10
What role for multi-stakeholder partnerships in adaptation to climate change? Experiences from private sector adaptation in Kenya10
Household external vulnerability due to climate change in Selangor coast of Malaysia10
Distribution modelling and climate change risk assessment strategy for rare Himalayan Galliformes species using archetypal data abundant cohorts for adaptation planning10
The contribution of climate smart interventions to enhance sustainable livelihoods in Chiredzi District10
The consideration of future risk trends in national adaptation planning: Conceptual gaps and empirical lessons10
An assessment of attitudes and perceptions of international university students on climate change10
Temperature-based fire frequency analysis using machine learning: A case of Changsha, China10
Co-producing climate information services with smallholder farmers in the Lower Bengal Delta: How forecast visualization and communication support farmers’ decision-making10
Assessing vulnerability of freshwater minnows in the Gangetic floodplains of India for conservation and management: Anthropogenic or climatic change risk?10
Reviewing the nature and pitfalls of multilateral adaptation finance for small island developing states10
Increased risk of extreme heat to European roads and railways with global warming9
Evaluating crop management options for sorghum, pearl millet and peanut to minimize risk under the projected midcentury climate scenario for different locations in Senegal9
Climate risk to agriculture: A synthesis to define different types of critical moments9
A new framework to quantify maize production risk from chilling injury in Northeast China9
Adaptive capacity to extreme urban heat: The dynamics of differing narratives9
Climate-induced managed retreat in the U.S.: A review of current research9
Rumor has it: The role of social ties and misinformation in evacuation to nearby shelters after disaster9
Roadway flooding as a bellwether for household retreat in rural, coastal regions vulnerable to sea-level rise9
He who pays the piper calls the tune: Understanding collaborative governance and climate change adaptation in Northern Ghana9
Revisiting the diversification and insurance relationship: Differences between on– and off-farm strategies9
It depends on the rain: Smallholder farmers’ perceptions on the seasonality of feed gaps and how it affects livestock in semi-arid and arid regions in Southern Africa9
Characterization of variability and trends in daily precipitation and temperature extremes in the Horn of Africa8
Evaluating the climate resilience in terms of profitability and risk for a long-term corn-soybean-wheat rotation under different treatment systems8
Cascading effects of sustained low water on inland shipping8
Vulnerability and adaptation to heat waves in preschools: Experiences, impacts and responses by unit heads, educators and parents8
Scepticism and perceived self-efficacy influence fishers’ low risk perceptions of climate change8
Climate value at risk and expected shortfall for Bitcoin market8
Is it possible to build adolescents’ cognitive adaptive capacity through climate change education? Insights into a two-year long educational programme in North Tyrol (Austria) and South Tyrol (Italy)8
The feasibility of domestic raintanks contributing to community-oriented urban flood resilience7
Understanding farmers’ perception of climate change and adaptation practices in the marshlands of South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo7
A role for municipal governments in leveraging transformative change for urban disaster risk management: The experience of Santa Fe, Argentina, with urban flood risk7
Towards a funding mechanism for loss and damage from climate change impacts7
Climate and disaster resilience measurement: Persistent gaps in multiple hazards, methods, and practicability7
Impact pathways from climate services to SDG2 (“zero hunger”): A synthesis of evidence7
Complex climate change risk and emerging directions for vulnerability research in Africa7
Assisted migration poleward rather than upward in elevation minimizes frost risks in plantations7
Towards local-parallel scenarios for climate change impacts, adaptation and vulnerability7
Spatio-temporal detection for dengue outbreaks in the Central Region of Malaysia using climatic drivers at mesoscale and synoptic scale7
Do phone-based short message services improve the uptake of agri-met advice by farmers? A case study in Haryana, India7
Mobile phone technologies for disaster risk reduction7
Climate impact storylines for assessing socio-economic responses to remote events7
Building climate resilience through nature-based solutions in Europe: A review of enabling knowledge, finance and governance frameworks6
The persuasiveness of gain vs. loss framed messages on farmers’ perceptions and decisions to climate change: A case study in coastal communities of Vietnam6
Defining drought from the perspective of Australian farmers6
Using quantitative dynamic adaptive policy pathways to manage climate change-induced coastal erosion6
Climate change impact assessment on grape growth and wine production in the Okanagan Valley (Canada)6
Assessing future cross-border climate impacts using shared socioeconomic pathways6
Economic, social and demographic impacts of drought on treatment adherence among people living with HIV in rural South Africa: A qualitative analysis6
Why do people persist in sea-level rise threatened coastal regions? Empirical evidence on risk aversion and place attachment6
No easy fixes: Government workers’ perception of policy (in)coherence in the implementation of the Post-2015 agenda in Mexico6
Private adaptation to climate risks: Evidence from the world’s largest mining companies6
Building-level adaptation analysis under uncertain sea-level rise6
Progressing the integration of climate change adaptation and disaster risk management in Vanuatu and beyond6
Farmers′ use of climate change adaptation strategies and their impacts on food security in Kenya6
Learning from the past in moving to the future: Invest in communication and response to weather early warnings to reduce death and damage6
Forecasting riverine erosion hazards to electricity transmission towers under increasing flow magnitudes6
Who is most vulnerable to climate change induced yield changes? A dynamic long run household analysis in lower income countries6
Quantifying erosion hazards and economic damage to critical infrastructure in river catchments: Impact of a warming climate6
Migration and climate change – The role of social protection6
Pricing climate risk: Are flooding and sea level rise risk capitalised in Australian residential property?5
Land loss implications of sea level rise along the coastline of Colombia under different climate change scenarios5
Changes in global heat waves and its socioeconomic exposure in a warmer future5
Advancements of sustainable development goals in co-production for climate change adaptation research5
Designing fit-for-context climate change adaptation tracking: Towards a framework for analyzing the institutional structures of knowledge production and use5
Is flood resilience planning improving? A longitudinal analysis of networks of plans in Boston and Fort Lauderdale5
Mapping future water scarcity in a water abundant nation: Near-term projections for Scotland5
Climate-driven risks to peace over the 21st century5
Assessing climate risk using ensembles: A novel framework for applying and extending open-source climate risk assessment platforms5
Modeling the effects of crop management on food barley production under a midcentury changing climate in northern Ethiopia5
Towards drought impact-based forecasting in a multi-hazard context5
Barriers and ways forward to climate risk management against indirect effects of natural disasters: A case study on flood risk in Austria5
Consistency of UK climate risk approaches with new ISO guidelines5
Integration of seasonal precipitation forecast information into local-level agricultural decision-making using an agent-based model to support community adaptation5
Enzymatic calcification to solidify desert sands for sandstorm control5
Local effects of climate change on row crop production and irrigation adoption5
Resettlement capacity assessments for climate induced displacements: Evidence from Ethiopia5
Risk perceptions of nuclear energy, climate change, and earthquake: How are they correlated and differentiated by ideologies?5
Population pattern and exposure under sea level rise: Low elevation coastal zone in the Yangtze River Delta, 1990–21004
Tailored climate projections to assess site-specific vulnerability of tea production4
Local urban risk assessment of dry and hot hazards for planning mitigation measures4
Mortality benefit of building adaptations to protect care home residents against heat risks in the context of uncertainty over loss of life expectancy from heat4
Optimizing forecast-based actions for extreme rainfall events4
Economic value and latent demand for agricultural drought forecast: Emerging market for weather and climate information in Central-Southern Nigeria4
Marine climate change risks to biodiversity and society in the ROPME Sea Area4
Risking the earth Part 1: Reassessing dangerous anthropogenic interference and climate risk in IPCC processes4
Farmers’ adoption intentions of water-saving agriculture under the risks of frequent irrigation-induced landslides4
Assessing the risk of climate change to aquaculture: a national-scale case study for the Sultanate of Oman4
Managing the risks of missing international climate targets4
Spatio and temporal variations in population abundance and distribution of peach fruit fly, Bactrocera zonata (Saunders) during future climate change scenarios based on temperature driven phenology mo4
A stepwise approach for identifying climate change induced socio-economic tipping points4
Multiple adoption of climate-smart agriculture innovation for agricultural sustainability: Empirical evidence from the Upper Blue Nile Highlands of Ethiopia4
Climate indices for the tailoring of climate information – A systematic literature review of Swedish forestry and agriculture4
Effect of climate smart agriculture technologies on crop yields: Evidence from potato production in Kenya4
A novel illustration of real options analysis to address the problem of probabilities under deep uncertainty and changing climate risk4
Living with sea-level rise in North-West Europe: Science-policy challenges across scales4
Smallholder sheep farmers’ perceived impact of water scarcity in the dry ecozones of South Africa: Determinants and response strategies4
Adaptation rationales and benefits: A foundation for understanding adaptation impact3
Disaster management and the need for a relational leadership framework founded upon compassion, care, and justice3
Enabling climate action: Messages from ECCA2021 calling for re-imagining the provision and use of knowledge and information3
Assessing the likelihood for transformational change at the Green Climate Fund: An analysis using self-reported project data3
Towards climate action at farm-level: Distinguishing complements and substitutes among climate-smart agricultural practices (CSAPs) in flood prone areas3
Multi-dimensional damage assessment (MDDA): A case study of El Niño flood disasters in Peru3
Does insurance work? Dynamic assessment of insurance, poverty, and climatic hazard outcomes in Thailand3
Advancing future climate services: Multi-sectorial mapping of the current usage and demand in Denmark3
Improving regional applicability of the UK shared socioeconomic Pathways through iterative participatory co-design3
Present and future heat stress of preschoolers in five Swedish cities3
Decoupling the double jeopardy of climate risk and fiscal risk: A perspective of infrastructure investment3
Global disparities in agricultural climate index-based insurance research3
An archetype for insurance thresholds for extreme natural events in the agricultural sector3
A Bayesian network approach for multi-sectoral flood damage assessment and multi-scenario analysis3
Further understanding “severe” climate risk3
Climate adaptation to Multi-Hazard climate related risks in ten Indonesian Cities: Ambitions and challenges3
Navigating loss and value trade-offs in a changing climate3
Wetland-based solutions against extreme flood and severe drought: Efficiency evaluation of risk mitigation3
Cultural consensus knowledge of rice farmers for climate risk management in the Philippines3
Income and yield effects of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) adoption in flood prone areas of Bangladesh: Farm level evidence3
Regulation of freshwater use to restore ecosystems resilience3
Risking the earth Part 2: Power politics and structural reform of the IPCC and UNFCCC3
Predicted and user perceived heat strain using the ClimApp mobile tool for individualized alert and advice3
Wildfire adaptation in the Russian Arctic: A systematic policy review3
Consequence forecasting: A rational framework for predicting the consequences of approaching storms3
Weather insurance in European crop and horticulture production3
Predicting suitable habitats of ginkgo biloba L. fruit forests in China3
Europe's cross-border trade, human security and financial connections: A climate risk perspective3
The feasibility of inter-basin water transfers to manage climate risk in England3
Analysis of business interruption risk factors of Chinese enterprises during flood disasters based on social network analysis3
Representing storylines with causal networks to support decision making: Framework and example3