Her primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Climate change, Adaptive capacity, Corporate governance and Political economy of climate change. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social theory, Field and Politics in addition to Environmental resource management. Her Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Developing country, Probabilistic logic, Risk analysis and Adaptation.
Her Developing country research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Action, Negotiation and Loss and damage. Her Adaptive capacity course of study focuses on Public economics and Sustainable development, Government, Legitimacy and Stakeholder. Emily Boyd combines subjects such as Local government and Real evidence with her study of Political economy of climate change.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Environmental resource management, Climate change, Environmental planning, Corporate governance and Adaptation. The various areas that Emily Boyd examines in her Environmental resource management study include Adaptive capacity, Ecosystem services, Stakeholder, Urban planning and Politics. In the field of Climate change, her study on Political economy of climate change overlaps with subjects such as Context.
Her Environmental planning research includes elements of Livelihood and Sustainable development. Her Corporate governance research incorporates elements of Urban climate, Crisis management and Natural resource management. Her work in Futures contract tackles topics such as Economic growth which are related to areas like Action.
Emily Boyd spends much of her time researching Climate change, Loss and damage, Sustainable development, Natural resource economics and Environmental resource management. Her study deals with a combination of Climate change and Context. Her Loss and damage study also includes fields such as
Her research integrates issues of Environmental planning, Sustainability, Development economics, Economic globalization and Economic system in her study of Sustainable development. Emily Boyd focuses mostly in the field of Natural resource economics, narrowing it down to topics relating to Global warming and, in certain cases, Heat wave and Mechanism. The concepts of her Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Extreme events and Extreme climate.
Emily Boyd mainly investigates Loss and damage, Public economics, Damages, Climate change and Scientific evidence. Emily Boyd has included themes like Climate risk, Development economics and Sustainable development in her Loss and damage study. Her Public economics research incorporates themes from Philosophy of science, Climate risk management, Climate ethics and Climate justice.
Emily Boyd performs multidisciplinary study in Climate change and Inequality in her work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Hazard, Earth system science and Extreme weather in addition to Scientific evidence. Emily Boyd has researched Politics in several fields, including Experiential learning, Framing, Status quo and Normative.
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Resilience and vulnerability: Complementary or conflicting concepts?
Fiona Miller;Henny Osbahr;Emily Boyd;Emily Boyd;Frank Thomalla.
Observed adaptation to climate change: UK evidence of transition to a well-adapting society
Emma L. Tompkins;Emma L. Tompkins;W. Neil Adger;Emily Boyd;Emily Boyd;Sophie Nicholson-Cole.
Exploring social barriers to adaptation: Insights from Western Nepal
Lindsey Jones;Emily Boyd.
Reforming the CDM for sustainable development: lessons learned and policy futures.
Emily Boyd;Emily Boyd;Nate Hultman;J. Timmons Roberts;Esteve Corbera.
Linking Futures across Scales: a Dialog on Multiscale Scenarios
Reinette Biggs;Ciara Raudsepp-Hearne;Carol Atkinson-Palombo;Erin Bohensky.
Using expert elicitation to define successful adaptation to climate change
Miguel de França Doria;Emily Boyd;Emma L. Tompkins;W. Neil Adger.
Developing adaptation and adapting development
Maria Carmen Lemos;Maria Carmen Lemos;Emily Boyd;Emma L. Tompkins;Henny Osbahr.
Beyond Technical Fixes: climate solutions and the great derangement
Andrea Joslyn Nightingale;Siri Eriksen;Marcus Taylor;Timothy Forsyth.
Small-scale forest carbon projects: Adapting CDM to low-income communities
Emily Boyd;Maria Gutierrez;Manyu Chang.
Adapting Institutions: Governance, Complexity and Social-Ecological Resilience
Emily Boyd;Carl Folke.
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