Papers & Reports
Coronavirus: the spread of misinformation
Public confusion leaves citizens unprepared for combatting a public health crisis.
Scientists say cascading crises are the biggest threat to the well-being of future generations
View the 2020 Future Earth Report
Antecedents of low carbon emissions supply chains
Ocean science research is key for a sustainable future
The UN’s recent announcement of a Decade of Ocean Science provides a glimmer of hope, but scientists will need to work closely with decision-makers and society at large to get the ocean back on track.
Dynamics of environmental consciousness and green purchase behavior: and empirical study
Organizational adaption to climate change: learning to anticipate energy disruptions
Measuring the level of corporate commitment regarding climate change strategies
Learning lab on disaster risk management for sustainable development: an evaluation
Resilience for sustainability as an eco-capability
Climate Change Impacts on Cultural Resources
This NPS overview describes how different manifestations of climate change will affect different types of cultural resources.
Cultural Resources and Climate Change Brief
This report indicates how the NPS works to adapt cultural resource stewardship, management, research, and interpretive practices to the challenges of climate change.
The National Park Service Cultural Resources Climate Change Strategy
provides guidance for those working in national historic preservation to recognize and respond to a wide range of environmental changes that are threatening cultural resources.
Increasing vulnerability to floods in new development areas
The study of potential evapotranspiration in future periods due to climate change in west of Iran
Meteorological drought assessment in north east highlands of Ethiopia
Migration as adaption strategy to cope with climate change
Displacement and Climate Change: improving planning policy and increasing community resilience
Policies and mechanisms to address climate-induced migration
Human Mobility in the context of climate change and disasters