Global adaptation readiness and income mitigate sectoral climate change vulnerabilities

  title={Global adaptation readiness and income mitigate sectoral climate change vulnerabilities},
  author={Samuel Asumadu Sarkodie and Maruf Yakubu Ahmed and Phebe Asantewaa Owusu},
  journal={Humanities and Social Sciences Communications},
Climate change has become a global burden, requiring strong institutional quality and willingness to mitigate future impacts. Though emissions are transboundary and have the tendency of spreading from high emitting countries to low emitting countries, regional exposure, sensitivity, and adaptation readiness determine the extent of climate effects. The existing literature focuses on immediate drivers and damages of emission effects, failing to account for underlying mechanisms occurring via the… 



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