Climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies for construction activities within planetary boundaries: limitations of developing countries
Continued unsustainable human activities have ushered in a new climate regime where storms have become more intense, droughts periods are now longer, floods are incessant and the occurrence of wild fires more frequent. Mitigating the effects of climate change is crucial for minimizing the occurrence of hazards associated with climate change. Adapting to this new climate era is important for...
Published at Journal of Physics: Conf. Series
Published in 2019
Tunji-Olayeni, PF , Omuh, IO , Afolabi, AO, Ojelabi, RA and Eshofonie, EE.
Tunji – Olayeni Patience » My purpose is to raise a new breed of construction professionals with environmental and social consciousness to transform the construction landscape through active research and exemplar projects for the sustainable existence of Africa. My research endeavours have focused on construction management in developing countries, and gender issues in the construction industry, with a current interest... view full profile
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