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Abstract The frequency and intensity of extreme temperature events are likely to increase with climate change. Using a detailed dataset containing information on the universe of loans extended by…

| Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Summary In 2023, a series of climatological and political events unfolded, partly driving forward the global climate and health agenda while simultaneously exposing important disparities and…

| Report | Colombia

Abstract This report examines the impact of public innovation subsidies and the EU Emission Trading Scheme (EU ETS) on green innovation in Swedish industrial firms. Analyzing green patents from 1985…

| Report | Sweden, Global Hub

Research questions: What is the contribution of small-scale fisheries in Vietnam in promoting food security and alleviating poverty among fishing households? What potential do fisheries management…

| Research Brief | Vietnam

Foreword by EBA The ongoing climate crisis calls for radically reduced emissions of greenhouse gases. Although low- and lower-middle-income countries may have small or minimal climate footprints…

| Report | Global Hub

This study investigates the impacts of salinity intrusion on agricultural production and food security concerning the gender aspect. The authors find that high yield loss due to salinity leads to a...

| EfD Discussion Paper | Vietnam

Abstract As the risks associated with climate change intensify, understanding its impacts on human capital development is crucial. In this paper, we analyze the causal effects of temperature on the…

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Abstract Environmentally friendly alternatives (EFA) are touted as a key component of a transition towards lowering the impact of human activity on the environment. Still, the environmental costs of…

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Abstract Scenario and policy assessments in socioeconomic and environmental studies face significant challenges in socio-ecological systems (SES). There are a limited number of studies that have…

| Peer Reviewed | Colombia

Abstract Water supply interruptions contribute to household water insecurity. Unpredictable interruptions may particularly exacerbate water insecurity, as uncertainty limits households’ ability to…

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