Richard J.T. Klein mainly investigates Environmental resource management, Adaptive capacity, Environmental planning, Political economy of climate change and Climate change adaptation. His research on Environmental resource management often connects related areas such as Framing. His research integrates issues of Social change and Coastal hazards in his study of Environmental planning.
His Coastal hazards study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Managed retreat and Emergency management. His Political economy of climate change research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Network and Portfolio. His study in Climate change adaptation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Corporate governance, Interdependence and Empirical research.
Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Adaptive capacity, Vulnerability assessment and Political economy of climate change are his primary areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate change adaptation, Development economics and Framing in addition to Environmental resource management. His study ties his expertise on Developing country together with the subject of Development economics.
His Environmental planning study incorporates themes from Conceptual framework and Coastal hazards. Richard J.T. Klein performs integrative study on Context and Order.
Richard J.T. Klein mostly deals with Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Climate change adaptation, Transparency and Climate Finance. His work deals with themes such as Certainty and Perception, which intersect with Environmental planning. The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural resource economics and Forestry in addition to Environmental resource management.
His Climate change adaptation research includes elements of Disaster risk reduction and Environmental protection. His Climate Finance study combines topics in areas such as Empirical evidence, Private sector, Economy and Negotiation. His research in Negotiation intersects with topics in Economic policy and Private finance initiative.
His primary areas of study are Negotiation, Climate Finance, Environmental planning, Development and Climate policy. Richard J.T. Klein has researched Negotiation in several fields, including Developing country, Economic policy, Private finance initiative and Economy. His Climate Finance research includes themes of Empirical evidence and Private sector.
His research on Climate policy frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Public economics.
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Summary for policymakers
Anand Patwardhan;Michael Oppenheimer;Anthony Nyong;Patricia Romero Lankao.
Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: Working Group II contribution to the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC (2007)
Adaptation to climate change in the context of sustainable development and equity
Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments: An Evolution of Conceptual Thinking
Hans-Martin Füssel;Hans-Martin Füssel;Richard J. T. Klein.
Climatic Change (2006)
An Anatomy of Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability
Ecosystem Service Supply and Vulnerability to Global Change in Europe
Resilience to natural hazards: How useful is this concept?
Richard J.T. Klein;Robert J. Nicholls;Frank Thomalla.
Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards (2003)
THE SCIENCE OF ADAPTATION: A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSMENT
Integrating mitigation and adaptation into climate and development policy: three research questions
Inter-relationships between adaptation and mitigation
Richard J.T. Klein;S. Huq;F. Denton;T.E. Downing.
Explaining and overcoming barriers to climate change adaptation
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