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UNICEF Children's Climate Change Risk Index (CCRI): Systematic Review of the Literature: Findings, Outcomes and Policy Recommendations

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Connon I & Dominelli L (2022) UNICEF Children's Climate Change Risk Index (CCRI): Systematic Review of the Literature: Findings, Outcomes and Policy Recommendations. Fassio A (Project Member), Rees N (Project Member), Barkhof M (Project Member), Burdziej J (Project Member), Narasimhan G (Project Member), Wicks T (Project Member), Hutchison A (Project Member), Macdonald F (Project Member), Hutton C (Project Member), Marcinko C (Project Member), Branson J (Project Member), Harfoot A (Project Member), Hill C (Project Member), Hornby D (Project Member), Bollasina M (Project Member), Henley S (Project Member), Watmough G (Project Member), Mollard J (Project Member), Sargent K (Project Member), Inall M (Project Member), Wilkinson T (Project Member) & Crispell J (Project Member) Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF. Edinburgh, Scotland. https://www.dataforchildrencollaborative.com/actionable-insights/ccri-lit-review

Abstract
First paragraph: This report has been compiled as part of the Children’s Climate Risk Index (CCRI) Project for UNICEF based on the work undertaken for the systematic literature review (SLR) in work package (WP2) by Irena Connon (Research Fellow and Co-I) and Lena Dominelli (Social Sciences Lead). The purpose is to provide a descriptive overview of the findings of the Systematic Literature Review from which a Diagram of Linkages between Climate Risk Factors and their Importance for Child Health Outcomes and a Child-Centred Iterative Loop Framework for Action were developed.

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FundersUNICEF
Publication date30/04/2022
Publication date online30/04/2022
URLhttp://hdl.handle.net/1893/34193
Publisher URLhttps://www.dataforchildrencollaborative.com/…/ccri-lit-review
Place of publicationEdinburgh, Scotland

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Professor Lena Dominelli
Professor Lena Dominelli

Professor of Social Work, Social Work

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