2022 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in South Africa Leader Award
Her primary areas of study are Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Environmental protection, Livelihood and Natural resource economics. Her research on Environmental resource management frequently links to adjacent areas such as Positive economics. Her Environmental planning study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Heat wave and Effects of global warming.
Her research links Adaptation strategies with Environmental protection. Gina Ziervogel interconnects Agricultural productivity, Climate forecast and Adaptive capacity in the investigation of issues within Livelihood. Her Adaptive capacity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Developing country and Public economics.
Gina Ziervogel spends much of her time researching Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Context, Livelihood and Adaptive capacity. As part of the same scientific family, Gina Ziervogel usually focuses on Environmental resource management, concentrating on Political economy of climate change and intersecting with Climate model. Her studies deal with areas such as Climate change adaptation, Vulnerability assessment and Environmental protection as well as Environmental planning.
Her Context studies intersect with other disciplines such as Resource, Sustainable development, Water resources, Conversation and Water supply. As a member of one scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Livelihood, focusing on Food security and, on occasion, Natural resource economics and Poverty. Her research combines Water scarcity and Adaptive capacity.
Gina Ziervogel mainly focuses on Environmental planning, Cape, Context, Economic Justice and Transformative learning. Her research investigates the connection with Environmental planning and areas like Vulnerability assessment which intersect with concerns in Technocracy. Context is connected with Resource, Conversation, Sustainable development, Adaptive capacity and Settlement in her study.
Her Water resources study deals with Climate risk intersecting with Private sector. Her studies in Water industry integrate themes in fields like Economic growth and Informal settlements. Her study on Government is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Environmental resource management and Livelihood.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cape, Environmental planning, Urban resilience, Science policy and Intermediary. Throughout her Cape studies, she incorporates elements of other sciences such as Socioeconomics, Water use, Economic Justice, Water demand management and Public administration. Her Environmental planning research integrates issues from Vulnerability assessment and Technocracy.
Her Intermediary research spans across into areas like Decentralization, Development economics, Government and Natural resource. Her work often combines Narrative and Context studies. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Local government and Adaptive capacity in her work.
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Resilience and vulnerability: Complementary or conflicting concepts?
Fiona Miller;Henny Osbahr;Emily Boyd;Emily Boyd;Frank Thomalla.
Ecology and Society (2010)
Climate change impacts and adaptation in South Africa
Gina Ziervogel;Mark New;Emma Archer van Garderen;Guy Midgley.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (2014)
Assessing vulnerability for climate adaptation
T.E. Downing;A Patwardhan;Rjt Klein;E Mukhala.
Adapting to climate variability: Pumpkins, people and policy
Gina Ziervogel;Sukaina Bharwani;Thomas E. Downing.
Natural Resources Forum (2006)
Climate variability and rural livelihoods: assessing the impact of seasonal climate forecasts in Lesotho
Gina Ziervogel;Rebecca Calder.
Developing a Municipal Adaptation Plan (MAP) for climate change: The city of Cape Town
Pierre Mukheibir;Gina Ziervogel.
Environment and Urbanization (2007)
Addressing the risk of maladaptation to climate change
Alexandre Magnan;E.L.F. Schipper;Maxine Burkett;S. Bharwani.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (2016)
Agent-based social simulation: a method for assessing the impact of seasonal climate forecast applications among smallholder farmers
Gina Ziervogel;Mike Bithell;Richard Washington;Tom Downing.
Agricultural Systems (2005)
A status quo, vulnerability and adaptation assessment of the physical and socio-economic effects of climate change in the Western Cape
G F Midgley;R A Chapman;B Hewitson;P Johnston.
Why is socially-just climate change adaptation in sub-Saharan Africa so challenging? A review of barriers identified from empirical cases
Sheona Shackleton;Gina Ziervogel;Susannah Sallu;Thomas Gill.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (2015)
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