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Shi, P.J. (2016) Climate Change Risk and Its Comprehensive Prevention. Insurance Theory and Practice, No. 1, 69-85.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: The Impact of Climate Change on Country’s Fragility Assessment

    AUTHORS: Mengmeng Li, Dongsheng Bi, Dongfeng Yang

    KEYWORDS: State’s Fragility, Climate Change, Comprehensive Evaluating Model, Objective Weighting Model

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Vol.8 No.11, November 24, 2020

    ABSTRACT: The damage costs of climate change have the potential to cause the breakdown of governmental structures. The paper focuses on how climate change impacts the state’s fragility and how the government should intervene. The paper chooses temperature and rainfall as climate change indicators and establishes a comprehensive evaluating model. The weighting method of the model is determined by combining coefficient of variation method and improved entropy method. The model will output the objective comprehensive evaluation of state’s fragility. The state’s fragilities are quantitatively divided into three levels consisting of the fragile, the vulnerable and the stable in the model. For validation, this paper selects six representative countries and analyzes the degree and the approach of climate change’s impacts on state’s fragility. The fragile values by the model are consistent with the situation in these countries. The state’s fragilities are also predicted by back propagation (BP) neural network. This paper analyzes the impacts of human interventions on improving state’s fragility. The results indicate that the paper could provide reasonable suggestions for the government in the aspects of when and how to take what kind of interventions to improve state’s fragility.