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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Informática Agropecuária - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2019
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: ARAUJO, M.
OMETTO, J.
RODRIGUES FILHO, S.
BURSZTYN, M.
LINDOSO, D. P.
LITRE, G.
GAIVIZZO, L.
FERREIRA, J. L.
REIS, R. M.
ASSAD, E. D.
Additional Information: MOACYR ARAUJO, UFPE; JEAN OMETTO, INPE; SAULO RODRIGUES FILHO, UnB; MARCEL BRUSZTYN, UnB; DIEGO PEREIRA LINDOSO, UnB; GABRIELA LITRE, UnB; LARISSA GAIVIZZO, UnB; JULIA LOPES FERREIRA, UnB; RAFAEL MORAES REIS, UnB; EDUARDO DELGADO ASSAD, CNPTIA.
Title: The socio-ecological Nexus+ approach used by the Brazilian Research Network on Global Climate Change.
Publisher: Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, v. 39, p. 62-70, 2019.
Language: en
Keywords: Vulnerabilidade climática
Vulnerabilidade social
Territorialidade
Description: Abstract: The Brazilian Research Network on Global Climate Change (Rede CLIMA) is an interdisciplinary network composed of 16 research groups, which interact in different levels and programs. This work aims at building climate change cause-effect research from a Nexus+ perspective, considering the added value of flexibility and adaptability of the concept. The article draws on the Nexus literature alongside a case study in São Francisco River Basin, Northeast Brazil. An additional pillar to the Nexus approach is proposed here, the socio-ecological security, which can be defined as a political-territorial dimension of coupled social and ecological systems. A collaborative research-practice frame was applied to the study region, a hotspot of climate vulnerability in Brazil. Our results highlight the need for this fourth component to address socio-ecological sustainability into context.
Thesagro: Mudança Climática
Recurso Hídrico
Energia
Produção de Alimentos
Segurança Alimentar
NAL Thesaurus: Territoriality
Water resources
Food production
Food security
Energy
Climate change.
Data Created: 2019-09-23
ISSN: 1877-3435
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