Climate Risk Management

(The TQCC of Climate Risk Management is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Cascading climate change impacts and implications84
Mapping the evolution and current trends in climate change adaptation science67
Ex-ante and ex-post coping strategies for climatic shocks and adaptation determinants in rural Malawi48
Digital technologies can enhance climate resilience of critical infrastructure46
Improving the effectiveness of agricultural extension services in supporting farmers to adapt to climate change: Insights from northeastern Ghana39
Public perception of climate change and disaster preparedness: Evidence from the Philippines34
Vulnerability assessment of households to flash floods and landslides in the poor upland regions of Vietnam34
Changing climate risk in the UK: A multi-sectoral analysis using policy-relevant indicators34
Local narratives of change as an entry point for building urban climate resilience33
When the disaster strikes: Gendered (im)mobility in Bangladesh32
Temperature and rainfall impacts on robusta coffee bean characteristics31
Climate change-induced disasters and cultural heritage: Optimizing management strategies in Central Europe28
The role of place-based narratives of change in climate risk governance27
Inventories of extreme weather events and impacts: Implications for loss and damage from and adaptation to climate extremes27
Farmer forecasts: Impacts of seasonal rainfall expectations on agricultural decision-making in Sub-Saharan Africa26
Improving productivity of Australian wheat by adapting sowing date and genotype phenology to future climate25
Managing extreme weather and climate change in UK agriculture: Impacts, attitudes and action among farmers and stakeholders25
Climate change impacts on peak river flows: Combining national-scale hydrological modelling and probabilistic projections24
Understanding adaptive capacity of smallholder African indigenous vegetable farmers to climate change in Kenya24
Impacts and implications of climate change on wastewater systems: A New Zealand perspective23
Farmers’ perceptions and role of institutional arrangements in climate change adaptation: Insights from rainfed Pakistan22
The state of local adaptive capacity to climate change in drought-prone districts of rural Sidama, southern Ethiopia22
The climate change double whammy: Flood damage and the determinants of flood insurance coverage, the case of post-Katrina New Orleans21
Prevalence of household food insecurity in East Africa: Linking food access with climate vulnerability21
How parks provide thermal comfort perception in the metropolitan cores; a case study in Madrid Mediterranean climatic zone21
Narratives of change and the co-development of climate services for action20
Climate risk narratives: An iterative reflective process for co-producing and integrating climate knowledge20
To what extent do weather and climate information services drive the adoption of climate-smart agriculture practices in Ghana?19
Lessons from COVID-19 for managing transboundary climate risks and building resilience19
Modeling coastal flood risk and adaptation response under future climate conditions19
Long-term sea-level rise necessitates a commitment to adaptation: A first order assessment18
Trends in torrential flooding in the Austrian Alps: A combination of climate change, exposure dynamics, and mitigation measures18
A GIS-based framework for high-level climate change risk assessment of critical infrastructure18
Modelling habitat suitability of western tragopan (Tragopan melanocephalus) a range-restricted vulnerable bird species of the Himalayan region, in response to climate change18
Developing a hybrid drought index: Precipitation Evapotranspiration Difference Condition Index17
The impact of seasonality and climate variability on livelihood security in the Ecuadorian Andes16
Learning from climate change perceptions in southern African cities16
Re-balancing climate services to inform climate-resilient planning – A conceptual framework and illustrations from sub-Saharan Africa16
Linking disaster risk reduction and human development16
Global analysis of sea level rise risk to airports15
A critical exploration of adaptation heuristics15
Climate change adaptation in Semi-Arid Ecosystems: A case study from Ghana14
Meaning in the face of changing climate risks: Connecting agency, sensemaking and narratives of change through transdisciplinary research14
From moral hazard to risk-response feedback14
Managed retreats by whom and how? Identifying and delineating governance modalities14
Climate change, precipitation shifts and early summer drought: An irrigation tipping point for Finnish farmers?13
Portrait of a climate city: How climate change is emerging as a risk in Bergen, Norway13
Psychological factors and social processes influencing wildfire smoke protective behavior: Insights from a case study in Northern California13
The importance of different land tenure systems for farmers’ response to climate change: A systematic review13
Weathering adaptation: Grid infrastructure planning in a changing climate13
Inundation modelling for Bangladeshi coasts using downscaled and bias-corrected temperature12
Facing climate injustices: Community trust-building for climate services through arts and sciences narrative co-production12
Empirical evidence from Bangladesh of assessing climate hazard-related loss and damage and state of adaptive capacity to address them12
Hydropower dams, river drought and health effects: A detection and attribution study in the lower Mekong Delta Region12
Modelling hydrological processes under climate change scenarios in the Jemma sub-basin of upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia12
A stress test for climate change impacts on water security: A CRIDA case study12
Adaptive water management in the face of uncertainty: Integrating machine learning, groundwater modeling and robust decision making11
‘Partial functional redundancy’: An expression of household level resilience in response to climate risk11
Winds of change for farmers: Matches and mismatches between experiences, views and the intention to act11
Towards a deeper understanding of barriers to national climate change adaptation policy: A systematic review11
Performance of dry and wet spells combined with remote sensing indicators for crop yield prediction in Senegal11
A framework for building climate storylines based on downward counterfactuals: The case of the European Union Solidarity fund11
Interactions between two existential threats: COVID-19 and climate change11
Climate change risk perceptions, facilitating conditions and health risk management intentions: Evidence from farmers in rural China11
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 Islands10
Modeling high-resolution climate change impacts on wheat and maize in Italy10
What role for multi-stakeholder partnerships in adaptation to climate change? Experiences from private sector adaptation in Kenya10
Regional economic analysis of flood defence heights at the German Baltic Sea coast: A multi-method cost-benefit approach for flood prevention10
Threshold temperatures for subjective heat stress in urban apartments—Analysing nocturnal bedroom temperatures during a heat wave in Germany10
Contemporary flood risk perceptions in England: Implications for flood risk management foresight10
Assessing vulnerability of freshwater minnows in the Gangetic floodplains of India for conservation and management: Anthropogenic or climatic change risk?10
Poorly adapted but nothing to lose? A study on the flood risk – income relationship with a focus on low-income households10
Temperature-based fire frequency analysis using machine learning: A case of Changsha, China10
Climate variability and implications for keeping rivers cool in England10
Understanding the vulnerability, farming strategies and development pathways of smallholder farming systems in Telangana, India10
Effect of agroclimatic variability on land suitability for cultivating rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) and growth performance assessment in the tropical rainforest climate of Peninsular Malaysia10
Assessing small livestock herders’ adaptation to climate variability and its impact on livestock losses and poverty10
The status of climate risk management in Austria. Assessing the governance landscape and proposing ways forward for comprehensively managing flood and drought risk9
Distribution modelling and climate change risk assessment strategy for rare Himalayan Galliformes species using archetypal data abundant cohorts for adaptation planning9
Changes in the risk of extreme temperatures in megacities worldwide9
Adoption of combinations of adaptive and mitigatory climate-smart agricultural practices and its impacts on rice yield and income: Empirical evidence from Hubei, China9
Rumor has it: The role of social ties and misinformation in evacuation to nearby shelters after disaster9
Co-producing climate information services with smallholder farmers in the Lower Bengal Delta: How forecast visualization and communication support farmers’ decision-making9
A rising tide of adaptation action: Comparing two coastal regions of Aotearoa-New Zealand9
The psychological consequences of the ecological crisis: Three new questionnaires to assess eco-anxiety, eco-guilt, and ecological grief9
Managing climate risk in livestock production in South Africa: How might improved tailored forecasting contribute?8
Climate value at risk and expected shortfall for Bitcoin market8
Climate risk to agriculture: A synthesis to define different types of critical moments8
Climate-induced managed retreat in the U.S.: A review of current research8
Characterization of variability and trends in daily precipitation and temperature extremes in the Horn of Africa8
Adaptation strategies and land productivity of banana farmers under climate change in China8
The contribution of climate smart interventions to enhance sustainable livelihoods in Chiredzi District8
Evaluating the climate resilience in terms of profitability and risk for a long-term corn-soybean-wheat rotation under different treatment systems8
Reviewing the nature and pitfalls of multilateral adaptation finance for small island developing states8
Revisiting the diversification and insurance relationship: Differences between on– and off-farm strategies8
He who pays the piper calls the tune: Understanding collaborative governance and climate change adaptation in Northern Ghana8