Cross-sectoral interactions of adaptation and mitigation measures

@article{Berry2014CrosssectoralIO,
  title={Cross-sectoral interactions of adaptation and mitigation measures},
  author={Pam M. Berry and Sally Brown and Minpeng Chen and Areti Kontogianni and Olwen Rowlands and Gillian Simpson and Michalis Skourtos},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2014},
  volume={128},
  pages={381-393}
}
Adaptation and mitigation are complementary strategies for addressing the impacts of climate change, yet are often considered separately. This paper examines the literature for evidence of the interactions of adaptation and mitigation measures across the agriculture, biodiversity, coasts, forests, urban and water sectors, focusing on Europe. It found that often adaptation and mitigation synergies and conflicts were not explicitly mentioned within a sector, let alone between sectors. Most… 
Forest Management Approaches for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation: a Comparison Between Germany and Japan
ABSTRACT Forest management affects carbon sequestration (mitigation) and resilience of forest ecosystems (adaptation) under climate change. Therefore, the efforts to integrate these two approaches
Addressing Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Together: A Global Assessment of Agriculture and Forestry Projects
TLDR
This work assessed how climate change project design documents (PDDs) considered a joint contribution to adaptation and mitigation in forestry and agriculture in the tropics, by analyzing 201 PDDs from adaptation funds, mitigation instruments, and project standards.
Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management at the Regional Scale
Adaptation and mitigation measures are important in dealing with climate change impacts on agriculture, forestry and water management. Stakeholders have an important role to play in coping with
An empirical analysis of the co-benefits of integrating climate change adaptation and mitigation in the Namibian energy sector
The Namibian energy sector and other energy sectors across the globe are currently in a rapid transformation era that must respond to climate change, which directly affects energy infrastructure’s
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 76 REFERENCES
AN INTEGRATED ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH: SYNERGIES AND TRADE-OFFS
SUMMARY Global food security is under threat by climate change, and the impacts fall disproportionately on resource-poor small producers. With the goal of making agricultural and food systems more
Assessing cross-sectoral climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation: an introduction to the CLIMSAVE project
TLDR
This Special Issue describes the development and application of a web-based interactive simulation and display environment, called the CLIMSAVE Integrated Assessment (IA) Platform, which provides a holistic (cross-sectoral, climate and socio-economic change) modelling framework.
Sustainable development and climate change: Beyond mitigation and adaptation
This Viewpoint article reviews the two approaches to climate change, namely mitigation and adaptation, and examines the complex interrelationships between them, and between climate change and
ADAPTATION AND MITIGATION: TRADE-OFFS IN SUBSTANCE AND METHODS
  • R. Tol
  • Environmental Science
  • 2003
Incorporating cross-sectoral effects into analysis of the cost-effectiveness of climate change adaptation measures
TLDR
This research shows that the calculation of cross-sectoral impacts and their integration into cost-effectiveness analysis can significantly affect the cost-Effectiveness ranking of adaptation measures.
Adapting agriculture to climate change
TLDR
It is argued that achieving increased adaptation action will necessitate integration of climate change-related issues with other risk factors, such as climate variability and market risk, and with other policy domains,such as sustainable development.
Adaptation Can Help Mitigation: An Integrated Approach to Post-2012 Climate Policy
The latest round of international negotiations in Copenhagen led to a set of commitments on emission reductions which are unlikely to stabilise global warming below or around 2°C. As a consequence,
Assessment of climate change mitigation and adaptation in cities
Cities are faced with a number of sustainability challenges in the context of climate change. There is an urgent need to limit greenhouse gas emissions from cities if ambitious mitigation targets are
...
1
2
3
4
5
...