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Allocation, allocation, allocation! The political economy of the development of the European Union Emissions Trading System
This paper analyses the evolution of the EU ETS from a political economy perspective, emphasizing the interaction of economic principles and political interests at pivotal moments, and showing how each compromise changed the scope for future design choices.
Climate and disaster resilience measurement: Persistent gaps in multiple hazards, methods, and practicability
The authors of this paper offer a critical review and an assessment of approaches to climate and disaster resilience measurement with a particular focus on three issues: (1) the consideration of compounding socioeconomic and climatic risks in approaches to resilience measurement; (2) the methodological and technical aspects of resilience measurement; and (3) the application and practicability of resilience measurement across various contexts to reliably inform decision-making processes.
The triple differential vulnerability of female entrepreneurs to climate risk in sub-Saharan Africa: Gendered barriers and enablers to private sector adaptation
The authors of this paper conduct a systematic review to synthesize existing knowledge on differential vulnerability of female entrepreneurs in Africa to climate risk, in relation to their sensitivity to extreme climate events and their adaptive capacity.
Investigating flood resilience perceptions and supporting collective decision-making through fuzzy cognitive mapping
The authors of this paper investigate how methods used to model perceptions and measure resilience can help decision-makers create inclusive and proactive flood resilience strategies for communities.