Climate risk analysis and adaptation
Climate risk analysis and adaptation options in mountain social-ecological systems
Climate change is greatly impacting our everyday life, exacerbating existing risks and often resulting in cascading events. Mountain social-ecological systems are particularly susceptible to these changes in climate, resulting in increased risks and vulnerabilities for the communities that inhabit mountain areas.
The GLOMOS team engages in research to better understand cascading and compound risks – including hazard, vulnerability and exposure - in the context of climate change. With a particular consideration of highland-lowland interactions and mountain specific risks, GLOMOS experts investigate root causes for unsustainable land management in mountain social-ecological systems and contribute to transformative climate change adaptation.
Burundi - IOM
Multi-Hazard Assessment and Risk Mapping in BurundiDuration: September 2020 - September 2021
Risk Perception Review Paper
Risk perception of climate change and natural hazards in global mountain regions: A critical reviewDuration: October 2019 - April 2021