Climate Change Management Strategies to Handle and Cope with Extreme Weather and Climate Events

Safieh Javadinejad (PhD in Water Resource Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran)
Rebwar Dara (PhD in Hydrogeology, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston St., B152TT, UK)
Forough Jafary (PhD in water resource management, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston St., B152TT, UK)
Neda Dolatabadi (Master of Science in Structural and Environmental Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran)

Abstract


Increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases causes rising in globalwarming and carbon dioxide emissions. With further efforts to reducecarbon dioxide, it is possible to prevent the warming of the earth, but theeffects of climate change that we have already created can not be reduced.Recent observed and predicted alterations in the global climate require adouble policy to react to the decline in climate alteration and its adjustment (coexistence) to explain the key factors and their effects. Measuresto reduce climate alteration through decreasing greenhouse gas releasesor removing them from the atmosphere are possible. Execution of morereduction measures at the present time will require less adaptation in thefuture. Meanwhile, inadequate measures to curb climate change presentlyincrease the risk of catastrophic consequences, so that adjustment costs willrise unreasonably and adaptive capacity will face further constraints. Climate change adaptation measures concentrate in increasing our capabilityto deal with or prevent damaging effects or the use of new circumstances.Increasing temperature and changes visible today due to climate changemean that adaptation strategies should be applied. In this paper, strategiesfor reducing climate change and adaptation are reviewed and various strategies are presented. Meanwhile, this paper looks at the economies affected by climate change, our involvement to climate alteration, and the ways in which the economy has influenced climate change and the ways in which it can provide logical options.

Keywords


Climate change;Management;Strategy;Extreme events

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