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Last Updated: 19 January 2023

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How could climate change influence the distribution of the black soldier fly, Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus) (Diptera, Stratiomyidae)?

Hermetia illucens, the black soldier fly, is a saprophagous species used to decompose organic matter. This report describes a distribution scheme for H. illucens to illustrate its current and future delivery. The most important variables affecting the potential distribution of H. illucens were the average temperature of the driest annual quarter and the precipitation of the coldest annual quarter. The findings of this research reveal information on the distribution of H. illucens, as well as its location, control, and sustainable use in current and future scenarios.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.10.e90146


Does climate change affect enterprises’ ability to sell their products?

We examine the effects of climate change on enterprises' effectiveness and subsequent demand from three dimensions: within enterprises, the supply side, and the demand side. Based on local cities'u2019 climate change records and the operating income data of Chinese listed companies from 2008 to 2019, we examine the effect of climate change on enterprises' performance and analysis of their revenues from three dimensions: both the supply side and the demand side. According to the reports, climate change has decreased business sales value in U2019. The effect of climate change on sales growth is more apparent in private enterprises, enterprises with poor internal controls, and enterprises in China's central and western regions. According to a heterogeneity report, the effect of climate change on business growth is more apparent in private enterprises, companies with poor internal controls, and enterprises in central and western regions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2022.944964


Impact of Climate Change and Rubber (Hevea brasiliensis) Plantation Expansion on Reference Evapotranspiration in Xishuangbanna, Southwest China

In Xishuangbanna, southwest China, the expansion of rubber cultivation plantation over the past few decades has been particularly explosive. It is crucial to investigate the consequences of climate change and rubber plantation expansion on reference evapranspiration for the sustainable and effective use of regional water resources. The spatiotemporal variation of ET0 as well as its connection in the rubber plantations area in Xishuangbanna from 1970 to 2017 were analyzed in this research by using trend, correlation, and contribution analysis. The rubber plantation in Xishuangbanna increased above 900 meters of altitude from 2000 to 2017, and nearly 48% of new rubber plantations increased above 900 feet in altitude from 1990 to 2017. According to the increase in ET0 change from 2000 to 2017 affected by climate change, it was 3. 13 mm/10a, while quantitative separation made it 2. 17 mm/10a.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2022.830519


Constructing futures, enhancing solutions: Stakeholder-driven scenario development and system modeling for climate-change challenges

To climate change challenges in food-energy-water systems, effective and efficient solutions are required, according to local/regional socioeconomic and biophysical societies. We investigated the link between water used for electricity and to irrigate cropland for food production in the Magic Valley, Idaho, as well as, protection and quality of water supply and quality. Incorporating stakeholders with long-standing experience leads to the design of solutions to these problems that are locally and regionally scalable and consistent with the values of the social system into which they are integrated. We introduce a stakeholder-driven process used in a case study in the Magic Valley that included local experts to propose plausible future scenarios, determine change sources, vet the effect, and map areas of change.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2023.1055547


Influence of Psychological Factors on Climate Change Perceptions Held by Local Farmers in the Northeast of Thailand

Global climate change is one of the 21st century's most significant socio-ecological challenges. To date, however, there has been no conclusive evidence of farmers' ability to detect climate change and its potential effects. This article, by the same research, examines how Thai farmers perceive global climate change and, in addition, the effects of psychological factors on these beliefs. According to the survey findings, the majority of respondents think climate change is perceived in terms of extreme high temperatures and floods. Positive correlations were also shown between estimates of climate change and six psychological variables of influence in general and mitigation, belief in the truth of climate change and human origins, fear, and self-efficacy. In terms of perceived barriers, three aspects of cognitive dissonance, belief in the limitation of lifestyle changes, and fear were all found to be negatively related to climate change beliefs by Thai farmers.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/aadeab077cb8478a8f42ca2d061a8b90


Updated Basis Knowledge of Climate Change Summarized from the First part of Thailand’s Second Assessment Report on Climate Change

In the first part of Thailand's Second Assessment Report on Climate Change, new data and key questions on climate change have been included. The second part of the 2nd TARC provides a comprehensive and up-to-date review of climate change impacts in Thailand, as well as the design of adaptation and mitigation plans. Regular monitoring of national climate change impacts is vital to developing national policy and allowing policymakers to prioritize priorities and set concrete goals in accordance with the country's international obligations under the Climate Change Agreement.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/9002ef87cf3a4083821c2da356c56ad1


Change in Rainfall Patterns in the Hilly Region of Uttarakhand due to the Impact of Climate Change

We have sought to quantify the changes that have already been achieved as well as the future shifts that may occur as a result of climate change's effect. We used the statistical downscaling algorithm to determine this spatial distinction between the GCM output and historical precipitation data. We did the study for the various scenarios to determine the effects of climate change on rainfall trends for all nine hilly districts of Uttarakhand's nine hilly districts. In the case of RCP8. 5, the percentage change in monsoon rainfall could rise to 200 percent in comparison to the observation results. Also, as compared to the historical records, the number of rain in the case of RCP8. 5 from July to September may increase in the case of RCP8. 5 from July to September. i. e. , there may be a shift of monsoon rainfall in the future.

Source link: https://doaj.org/article/946be705e08041f1bdd091403245d2e4


The Impact of Rapid Climate Change on Prehistoric Societies during the Holocene in the Eastern Mediterranean

During the Early and Middle Holocene, this paper explores the impact of Rapid Climate Change on prehistoric populations in the Eastern Mediterranean. Our attention has been on the social implication of the four major climate cold anomalies that have recently been characterized as key time-windows for global RCC. The following timelines for archaeological RCC research: 8. 6 ka, 6. 0 u20135. 2 ka, 3. 2 ka, and 3. 1 ka calBP are based on synchronizations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.36.2


Climate change and population dynamics during the late Mesolithic and the Neolithic transition in Iberia

This paper examines how Early Holocene climate change in the Western Mediterranean might have affected Late Mesolithic settlement establishment and subsistence policies in the Iberian Peninsula, leading to various adaptive scenarios. In conclusion, we conclude that the initial colonization process was a result of two successive and spatially heterogeneous migrations: Maritime Pioneer Colonization and targeted migration to places that are more suitable to the new economic system.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.4312/dp.36.4

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