Suraje Dessai spends much of his time researching Environmental resource management, Action, Environmental planning, Vulnerability and Context. Suraje Dessai interconnects Political economy of climate change, Ecological forecasting, Climate model, Dependant and Human development in the investigation of issues within Environmental resource management. His Action research incorporates themes from Social psychology, Narrative and Political economy.
His Environmental planning study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Impact assessment and Probabilistic risk assessment, Probabilistic logic. His work in Vulnerability addresses issues such as Psychological resilience, which are connected to fields such as Harm and Extreme weather. His work on Contextualization as part of general Context research is frequently linked to Perspective, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Environmental resource management, Environmental planning, Political economy of climate change, Context and Climate model are his primary areas of study. The Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Climate risk, Risk analysis, Face, Ecological forecasting and Vulnerability. As part of his studies on Risk analysis, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Strengths and weaknesses.
His Political economy of climate change study frequently involves adjacent topics like Public economics. His study in Context is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Construal level theory and Social psychology.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Public relations, Environmental planning, Vulnerability and Water resource management. His study looks at the relationship between Environmental resource management and fields such as Expert elicitation, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climate response and Seasonal forecasting.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Political economy of climate change, Harm and Public engagement in addition to Environmental planning. As a part of the same scientific study, Suraje Dessai usually deals with the Political economy of climate change, concentrating on Context and frequently concerns with Local government and Spatial planning. His Water resource management research focuses on WEAP and how it relates to Stakeholder engagement.
Suraje Dessai focuses on Environmental planning, Environmental resource management, Climate services, Set and Usability. Suraje Dessai combines subjects such as Economic sector, Local government and Political economy of climate change with his study of Environmental planning. He has researched Political economy of climate change in several fields, including Context and Spatial planning.
His Environmental resource management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Coproduction, Vulnerability and WEAP. Suraje Dessai has included themes like Service provision and Environmental economics in his Climate services study. His studies deal with areas such as Decision rule, Social support and Public relations as well as Set.
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Are there social limits to adaptation to climate change
W. Neil Adger;Suraje Dessai;Marisa Goulden;Michael Hulme.
Climatic Change (2009)
Robust adaptation to climate change
Robert L. Wilby;Suraje Dessai.
Integrating mitigation and adaptation into climate and development policy: three research questions
Richard J.T. Klein;Richard J.T. Klein;E. Lisa F. Schipper;E. Lisa F. Schipper;Suraje Dessai.
Environmental Science & Policy (2005)
Does climate adaptation policy need probabilities
Suraje Dessai;Mike Hulme.
Climate Policy (2004)
Assessing the robustness of adaptation decisions to climate change uncertainties: A case study on water resources management in the East of England
Suraje Dessai;Mike Hulme.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2007)
DEFINING AND EXPERIENCING DANGEROUS CLIMATE CHANGE An Editorial Essay
Suraje Dessai;W. Neil Adger;Mike Hulme;John Turnpenny.
Climatic Change (2004)
Does tomorrow ever come? Disaster narrative and public perceptions of climate change
Thomas Lowe;Katrina Brown;Suraje Dessai;Miguel de França Doria.
Public Understanding of Science (2006)
Climate prediction: a limit to adaptation?
Suraje Dessai;Mike Hulme;Robert Lempert;Roger Pielke.
Actionable Knowledge for Environmental Decision Making: Broadening the Usability of Climate Science
Christine J. Kirchhoff;Maria Carmen Lemos;Suraje Dessai.
Annual Review of Environment and Resources (2013)
Climate services for society: origins, institutional arrangements, and design elements for an evaluation framework
Catherine Vaughan;Catherine Vaughan;Suraje Dessai.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change (2014)
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