15 3月 2024 gabriels



  • Stefanos Xenarios,澳大利亚联邦科学与工业研究组织
  • Russell Wise,澳大利亚联邦科学与工业研究组织
  • Phoebe Koundouri,希腊雅典经济与商业大学
  • Eduardo Araral,新加坡国立大学
  • Serik Orazgaliyev,哈萨克斯坦纳扎尔巴耶夫大学
  • Cecilia Tortajada,英国格拉斯哥大学



It is increasingly apparent that mitigating the physical risks of climate change and extreme weather events has become paramount, particularly in vulnerable regions and communities. Single agencies, jurisdictions, or sectors cannot effectively diagnose and manage the cross-scale causes of their exposure and vulnerabilities to climate change and disasters. Also, prevailing engagement and assessment methodologies and competencies are unfit for accounting for the novel, uncertain, and systemic dimensions of climate risks and resilience in policies, plans and investment cases. Additionally, there is a dearth of understanding and evidence (i.e., demonstration projects) of the effectiveness of alternatives to Business-as-usual (BAU) management to cope with climate-induced hazards. This is a significant barrier to Governments committing to targets or introducing policies and regulations (standards, subsidies, market design) to support, incentivise or compel decision-makers to take initiatives that generate resilience and value.This Focus Issue aims to collate and report on experiences and lessons learned from significant transformative initiatives in climate-induced hazards and innovations on resilient investments through adaptive governance mechanisms. We welcome research Letters, Topical Reviews, and Perspectives that align with one or more of the following themes:

  • Demonstrate pathways to increased investments in measures that reduce disaster risks, build resilience, or enable adaptation while contributing to more equitable, beneficial, & sustainable outcomes for people and nature
  • Support regions to create value (employment, economic development, social cohesion, natural capital) by providing a coherent and authorising narrative and enabling environment (vision, options and pathways, collective action) on resilience and DRR
  • Provide authoritative advice, principles, tools, and guidance on assessing what climate and disaster risk scenarios mean for agencies and regions and how to develop strategies, policies, plans, and investment projects to mitigate risks, build resilience and adapt to change
  • Explore new governance arrangements for supporting innovative approaches to systemic risk management and resilience investment, such as convening new and inclusive networks, partnerships, and collaborations within and across government, business, investors, and community levels





作者可登入期刊主页进行在线投稿,先选择“文章类型”,然后在“选择特刊”的下拉框中选择“Focus on Governance and Resilient Investments for Sustainability under Climate Change”。




Environmental Research Letters

  • 2022年影响因子:6.7  Citescore: 10.1
  • Environmental Research Letters(ERL)以金色开放获取模式出版,作者可选择将原始数据作为补充资料与文章一起发表。所有研究人员可以免费获取这些研究成果。ERL汇聚了关注环境变化及其应对的研究团体和政策制定团体的意见,涵盖了环境科学的所有方面,出版研究快报、综述文章、观点和社论。ERL顺应了环境科学的跨学科发表的趋势,反映了该领域相关的方法、工具和评估战略,得到了来自不同领域的广泛贡献。