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An article published in Nature Communications presents a review of the challenges and trade-offs faced by urban areas in a changing world, and the relative effectiveness of urban greening solutions.

Date
1 February 2022
Abstract

Background/rationale: The impact of climate change on the mental health of young people is poorly understood. Emerging evidence suggests that exposure to climate change exerts a disproportionate mental health burden on young people. An understanding of the risk factors (RFs) and protective factors...

Author(s)
Ma TianYi; Moore, J.; Cleary, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Social Science & Medicine, 2022, 301,
Abstract

Saltmarshes are increasingly recognised for the range of benefits they offer, including coastal protection, flood regulation and carbon sequestration. However, much less is known about how people perceive these environments and their importance for non-material aspects of human well-being. As ...

Author(s)
Thomas, M.; Roberts, E.; Pidgeon, N.; Henwood, K.
Publisher
British Ecological Society, London, UK
Citation
People and Nature, 2022, 4, 3, pp 804-815
Abstract

The coastal region in Vietnam is the region most directly affected and severely damaged by climate change and sea-level rise, including in the Mekong Delta. The low-income coastal community is one of the most vulnerable populations to disaster risks because of limited adaptability and unsustainable ...

Author(s)
Linh, P. T. T.; Huan, V. D.
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2022, 1028,
Abstract

Objective: Climate change impacts the public's health. People are at risk for extreme weather events in the 21st century. The purpose of this study was to assess Public Health agencies' awareness of climate change's impact on health, and what protective and preventive strategies the agencies have...

Author(s)
Zust, B.; Jost, R.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Public Health Nursing, 2022, 39, 4, pp 797-805
Abstract

Improving flood resilience of communities requires a holistic understanding of risks and resilience options as well as the preferences and priorities of different stakeholders. Innovations in risk and resilience assessment have helped communities to identify gaps in their flood risk management...

Author(s)
Mehryar, S.; Surminski, S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 837,
Abstract

There are concerns that in the 21st century, global warming will lead to more frequent heat wave days (HWDs), which could amplify ozone pollution (OP). However, a recent study projected that future atmospheric circulation variations may benefit OP control in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei (BTH). To...

Author(s)
Yang XiaoYe; Zeng Gang; Iyakaremye, V.; Zhu Bin
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 837,
Abstract

Amid worsening climate change, the recurrent wildfires have substantially worsened air quality in the Western United States (U.S.). Understanding the knowledge, attitudes, perception, and practices (KAPP) over time in response to natural disasters such as wildfires is crucial for public health...

Author(s)
Ponte, A. del; Ang LiNa; Li LianJun; Lim, N.; Tam WaiSan [Tam, W. S. W.]; Seow WeiJie
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 836,
Abstract

Saltwater intrusion (SWI) into coastal aquifers is a growing problem for the drinking water supply of coastal communities worldwide, including for the sustainability of coastal ecosystems depending on freshwater inflow. The interface between freshwater and seawater in coastal aquifers is highly...

Author(s)
Panthi, J.; Pradhanang, S. M.; Nolte, A.; Boving, T. B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 836,
Abstract

Sustainable management of natural water resources and food security in the face of changing climate conditions is critical to the livelihood of coastal communities. Increasing inundation and saltwater intrusion (SWI) will likely adversely affect agricultural production and the associated beach...

Author(s)
Abd-Elaty, I.; Kushwaha, N. L.; Grismer, M. E.; Elbeltagi, A.; Kuriqi, A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Science of the Total Environment, 2022, 836,

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