2018
DOI: 10.3390/ijerph15091802
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Abstract: Climate change and variability are known to have an influence on human wellbeing in a variety of ways. In Latin America, such forces are especially conspicuous, particularly in respect of extreme climatological, hydrological, and weather events (EWEs) and climate-sensitive disasters (CSDs). Consistent with the need to study further such connections, this paper presents an analysis of some of the vulnerabilities of environmental health issues and climate-related impacts that are focusing on EWEs and CSDs in Lat… Show more

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“…During data collection, we framed 'buen vivir' as a proxy for vulnerability. This connection aligns with definitions of vulnerability focused on well being (Nagy et al 2018;UNEP 2003) and allows otherwise theoretical concepts to be communicated within a locally meaningful framework. Participant responses highlight the contested meanings of 'buen vivir,' indicating its linkages to worldviews struggling to assert themselves against or in relation to incursions of extractive industries.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 65%
“…During data collection, we framed 'buen vivir' as a proxy for vulnerability. This connection aligns with definitions of vulnerability focused on well being (Nagy et al 2018;UNEP 2003) and allows otherwise theoretical concepts to be communicated within a locally meaningful framework. Participant responses highlight the contested meanings of 'buen vivir,' indicating its linkages to worldviews struggling to assert themselves against or in relation to incursions of extractive industries.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 65%
“…The first phase of the ICZM plan was concluded in 3 years through several integrated management actions that were developed in a parallel about crosscutting issues such as health, tourism, economic development of the waterfront, etc. (Nagy et al, 2018). A major achievement was the continuity of the IZCM plan for the following government administration, which will conclude the second phase.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Accordingly, many planners, even some within the restoration field, have encouraged greater attention to social objectives [78].Ecological restoration can be more closely allied with environmental justice and indigenous concerns than has been commonly recognized, as revealed in the ecocultural restoration movement being advanced by many tribes [79]. This movement emphasizes the important of access to traditional foods and medicines for community health, which aligns with calls for VAAs to evaluate the impacts of climate change on the public health and food security of vulnerable populations [66,80].…”
Section: The Ecological Restoration Framework Can Be Broadened To Incmentioning
confidence: 99%