Earth Day is April 22 of every year. April 22, 2020 will mark 50 years of Earth Day.

The theme for Earth Day 2020 is climate action. The enormous challenge — but also the vast opportunities — of action on climate change have distinguished the issue as the most pressing topic for the 50th anniversary.

Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the life-support systems that make our world habitable.

IWA Publishing is pleased to share some related resources, that you can explore below! These can be accessed and downloaded freely as all of our journal content is free to access until May 31st 2020. 

Most Read Articles from the Journal of Water & Climate Change 

Review of recent advances in climate change detection and attribution studies: a large-scale hydroclimatological perspective

P. Sonali and D. Nagesh Kumar

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2020) 11 (1): 1–29.

Challenges in water resources of Lagos mega city of Nigeria in the context of climate change

Mohammed Sanusi Shiru, Shamsuddin Shahid, Suleiman Shiru, Eun Sung Chung, Noraliani Alias, Kamal Ahmed, Emmanuel Chukwuka Dioha, Zulfaqar Sa'adi, Saleem Salman, Muhammad Noor, Mohamed Salem Nashwan, Mohd Khairul Idlan, Najeebullah Khan, Mohammed Hamza Momade, Muhammad Rajab Houmsi, Zafar Iqbal, Qutbudin Ishanch and Mohammad Naser Sediqi

Journal of Water & Climate Change, September 2019. 

A review of climate change (floods) and economic attributes response to residential property value in Malaysia

Siti Hafsah Zulkarnain, Maki Tsujimura, Muhamad Ali Yuzir, Muhammad Najib Razali and Zakri Tarmidi

Journal of Water & Climate Change, December 2019. 

A review of the effects of climate change on riverine flooding in subtropical and tropical regions 

Rohan Eccles, Hong Zhang and David Hamilton

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (4): 687–707.

Analysis of spatial variability and temporal trends of rainfall in Amhara region, Ethiopia

Melkamu Meseret Alemu and Getnet Taye Bawoke

Journal of Water & Climate Change, October 2019. 

 

Related Journal Articles: 

Assessment of future water availability under climate change, considering scenarios for population growth and ageing infrastructure

Erle Kristvik, Tone M. Muthanna and Knut Alfredsen

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (1): 1–12.

Incorporating carbon emissions from landfills and wastewater treatment into a household emission inventory for systematically analysing household behaviour

Junsong Jia, Zhihai Gong, Chundi Chen, Zhongyu Gu and Dongming Xie

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (4): 708–724.

Using the Mann–Kendall test and double mass curve method to explore stream flow changes in response to climate and human activities

Abdollah Pirnia, Mohammad Golshan, Hamid Darabi, Jan Adamowski and Sajad Rozbeh

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (4): 725–742.

Effects of the uncertainties of climate change on the performance of hydropower systems

Babak Zolghadr-Asli, Omid Bozorg-Haddad and Xuefeng Chu

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (3): 591–609.

Water resources and environmental management

Yuzhen Wang, John Kwong Ho and Jessie Lu

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (2): 3–4.

The Arctic ice melting confirms the new theory

Ernani Sartori

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (2): 321–343.

Greenhouse gas emission from horizontal and vertical subsurface flow constructed wetlands in tropical climate

Siripoon Nutanong, Chart Chiemchaisri, Wilai Chiemchaisri and Suwasa Kantawanichkul

Journal of Water & Climate Change (2019) 10 (1): 43–52.

From vision to action: roadmapping as a strategic method and tool to implement climate change adaptation – the example of the roadmap ‘water sensitive urban design 2020’

J. U. Hasse and D. E. Weingaertner

Water Science & Technology (2016) 73 (9): 2251–2259.

Climate change adaptation: a pragmatic approach for assessing vulnerability

M. Carvalho, B. Martins, J. P. Coelho, N. Brôco, A. K. Ribeiro, A. Magalhães and A. Luís

Water Practice & Technology (2019) 14 (1): 172–177.

How to incorporate climate change into modelling environmental water outcomes: a review

Andrew John, Rory Nathan, Avril Horne, Michael Stewardson and J. Angus Webb

Journal of Water & Climate Change, March 2020.

 

Related Open Access eBooks 

Water, Energy and Environment - A Primer, Allan R Hoffman, February 2019. ISBN: 9781780409658

Clean Water Using Solar and Wind: Outside the Power Grid, Gustaf Olsson, January 2019. ISBN: 9781780409443

The Roadmap to a Low-Carbon Urban Water Utility: An International Guide to the WaCCliM Approach, Simone Ballard, Jose Porro and Corinne Trommsdorff, August 2019. ISBN: 9781780409924

Hydrological Design of Multipurpose Micro-catchment Rainwater Management, Mooyoung Han and Duc Canh Nguyen, June 2018. ISBN: 9781780408712

Large Risks with Low Probabilities: Perceptions and Willingness to Take Preventive Measures Against Flooding, Tadeusz Tyszka and Piotr Zielonka, August 2017. ISBN: 9781780408606

 

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