Nazmul Huq
Nazmul Huq
ICLEI-Local Government for Sustainability
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Climate change impacts in agricultural communities in rural areas of coastal Bangladesh: A tale of many stories
N Huq, J Hugé, E Boon, AK Gain
Sustainability 7 (7), 8437-8460, 2015
Ecosystem based adaptation (EBA) to climate change—integrating actions to sustainable adaptation
N Huq, F Renaud, Z Sebesvari
Impacts World 2013: International Conference on Climate Change Effects, 151-164, 2013
Mainstreaming ecosystem services based climate change adaptation (EbA) in bangladesh: status, challenges and opportunities
N Huq, A Bruns, L Ribbe, S Huq
Sustainability 9 (6), 926, 2017
How is the role of ecosystem services considered in local level flood management policies: case study in Cumbria, England
N Huq, A Stubbings
Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management 17 (04), 1550032, 2015
Interactions between freshwater ecosystem services and land cover changes in southern Bangladesh: A perspective from short-term (seasonal) and long-term (1973–2014) scale
N Huq, A Bruns, L Ribbe
Science of The Total Environment 650, 132-143, 2019
Systematization of different concepts, quality criteria, and indicators
J Birkmann, DC Seng, T Abeling, N Huq, J Wolfertz, N Karanci, G İkizer, ...
Work package 1, 2012
Integrated water resources management and poverty eradication–policy analysis of Bangladesh and Cameroon
N Emmanuel M, N Huq
Journal of water resource and protection 2010, 2010
Institutional adaptive capacities to promote Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) to flooding in England
N Huq
International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, 2016
“Climate proofing” water resources development policy: the evidence from Bangladesh
N Huq, Z Hossain, R Hasan
Climate Change and the Sustainable Use of Water Resources, 389-400, 2012
“Greening” Integrated Water Resources Management Policies for Tackling Climate Change Impacts: A Call for Sustainable Development
N Huq, J Hugé
Climate Change and the Sustainable Use of Water Resources, 173-183, 2012
Ecosystem services for meeting sustainable development goals: Challenges and pathways
N Huq
Change and Adaptation in Socio-Ecological Systems 1 (open-issue), 2015
Institutions matter for urban resilience: The institutional challenges in mainstreaming climate smart disaster risk management in Bangladesh
MZ Hossain, N Huq
Climate change and disaster risk management, 169-191, 2013
Workers' rights in climate change policies: The case of adaptation programmes in Small Island Developing States
N Huq, J Hugé
International Journal of Labour Research 2 (2), 163, 2010
Changing dynamics of livelihood dependence on ecosystem services at temporal and spatial scales: An assessment in the southern wetland areas of Bangladesh
N Huq, R Pedroso, A Bruns, L Ribbe, S Huq
Ecological Indicators 110, 105855, 2020
Small scale freshwater ponds in rural Bangladesh: navigating roles and services
N Huq
Int. J. of Water 11 (1), 73 - 85, 2017
Interim Update of the Literature
T Abeling, N Huq, J Wolfertz, J Birkmann
Technical report, Deliverable 1.3, emBRACE project, 2014
Social-ecological system approaches for water resources management
AK Gain, S Hossain, D Benson, G Di Baldassarre, C Giupponi, N Huq
International journal of sustainable development & world ecology 28 (2), 109-124, 2021
Understanding disaster resilience
T Abeling, N Huq, D Chang-Seng, J Birkmann, J Wolfertz, F Renaud, ...
Framing Community Disaster Resilience, 9-25, 2019
Financing adaptation: For whom, by whom, and how
N Huq
The Economic, Social and Political Elements of Climate Change, 289-300, 2011
National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA)–An Assessment of Workers’ Rights
N Huq, J Hugé
Seminary “climate change, impacts on employment and the labour market …, 2010
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