As the most populated country located in one of the most vulnerable areas of the planet, China is highly exposed to the threats posed by climate change (CC), due to its peculiar social, economic and environmental characteristics. The effectiveness of adaptation measures can be enhanced by fully employing the potential of social capital’s research. This article is concerned with the role attributed to social capital and its role in fostering CC adaptation in rural China in the Chinese scientific literature. The paper is aimed at carrying out a review of recent CC adaptation assessment systems on Chinese journals published in Chinese language in 2018, and available in the CNKI database.

Capitale sociale e adattamento ai cambiamenti climatici in Cina. Un’analisi della letteratura recente in lingua cinese.

Gloria Solini
;
Angela Moriggi
2018

Abstract

As the most populated country located in one of the most vulnerable areas of the planet, China is highly exposed to the threats posed by climate change (CC), due to its peculiar social, economic and environmental characteristics. The effectiveness of adaptation measures can be enhanced by fully employing the potential of social capital’s research. This article is concerned with the role attributed to social capital and its role in fostering CC adaptation in rural China in the Chinese scientific literature. The paper is aimed at carrying out a review of recent CC adaptation assessment systems on Chinese journals published in Chinese language in 2018, and available in the CNKI database.
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