Jon Barnett mainly investigates Climate change, Environmental resource management, Environmental studies, Political economy of climate change and Vulnerability. Jon Barnett performs integrative study on Climate change and National security in his works. He combines subjects such as Human security, Environmental change and Natural resource with his study of Environmental resource management.
His Environmental studies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sea level rise, Natural resource economics and Local community. His work in Political economy of climate change addresses subjects such as Identity, which are connected to disciplines such as Value and Social system. The various areas that he examines in his Vulnerability study include Human geography, Sustainability and Environmental protection.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Environmental resource management, Environmental studies, Vulnerability and Environmental planning. His Climate change research includes themes of Natural resource economics, Development economics and Environmental protection. His research in Environmental resource management focuses on subjects like Climate change adaptation, which are connected to Sea level rise.
His Environmental studies research incorporates elements of Economic growth and Social psychology. Vulnerability is often connected to Public economics in his work. His Environmental change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental security and Political economy.
His main research concerns Climate change, Environmental studies, Human geography, Asian studies and Water supply. Jon Barnett does research in Climate change, focusing on Environmental change specifically. His Environmental studies research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social psychology, Sea level rise and Sustainable development.
His studies in Human geography integrate themes in fields like Tap water and Socioeconomics. Jon Barnett has researched Vulnerability in several fields, including Climate change adaptation and Development economics. His studies deal with areas such as Quality, Great barrier reef and Environmental resource management as well as Public economics.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Environmental studies, Interbasin transfer, Coral reef and Environmental planning. He studies Climate change, namely Environmental change. His work deals with themes such as Social psychology, Hazard, Yangtze river, Sustainable development and Environmental strategy, which intersect with Environmental studies.
His Interbasin transfer research incorporates themes from Governmentality, Water scarcity and Public administration. His Coral reef research includes elements of Reef, Anthropocene, Global warming and Food security. His Environmental planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water supply, Overexploitation, Scale and Beijing.
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CLIMATE CHANGE, HUMAN SECURITY AND VIOLENT CONFLICT
Jon Barnett;W. Neil Adger.
Political Geography (2007)
Cultural dimensions of climate change impacts and adaptation
W. Neil Adger;Jon Barnett;Katrina Brown;Nadine Marshall.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Security and climate change
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2003)
The Meaning of Environmental Security: Ecological Politics and Policy in the New Security Era
Climate change, migration and adaptation in Funafuti, Tuvalu
Colette Mortreux;Jon Barnett.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2009)
Climate dangers and atoll countries
Jon Barnett;W. Neil Adger.
Climatic Change (2003)
Climate Change and Small Island States: Power, Knowledge and the South Pacific
Jon Barnett;John Campbell.
Adapting to Climate Change in Pacific Island Countries: The Problem of Uncertainty
World Development (2001)
The Hazards of Indicators: Insights from the Environmental Vulnerability Index
Jon Barnett;Simon Lambert;Ian Fry.
Annals of The Association of American Geographers (2008)
This Must Be the Place: Underrepresentation of Identity and Meaning in Climate Change Decision-Making
W. Neil Adger;Jon Barnett;F. S. Chapin;Heidi Ellemor.
Global Environmental Politics (2011)
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