Sustainability of agricultural basin development under uncertain future climate and economic conditions: A socio-hydrological analysis


Abstract: A socio-hydrological model is used to forecast future conditions in a river basin arising from changes in climate and the economy in order to learn about macroeconomic conditions that would yield pathways for sustainable development and how they may be affected by changes in climate and the economy. The study uses a system dynamics model with endogenous social values and preferences and exogenous climate and economic drivers.

Pursuit: The Impact of Climate-Related Natural Disasters on Human Health


"The Impact of Climate-Related Natural Disasters on Human Health"

Low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are particularly vulnerable to the adverse impact of climatic shocks. The International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and their Health (INDEPTH) has produced reliable longitudinal data about the lives of people in LMICs through a global network of 48 health and demographic surveillance system (HDSS) sites across 19 countries.


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