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Adaptive Management Strategies for Climate Change and Ecological Environment Vulnerability

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DOI: 10.25236/icssem.2024.074


Yunhang Lv, Yunxiang Tan, Yuanjun Zeng

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Yuanjun Zeng


In the past century, the global climate system has been experiencing significant changes characterized by global warming. This change has not only triggered a series of natural phenomena such as rising sea levels, rising water temperatures, and ocean acidification, but also led to frequent extreme weather events. Climate change has caused serious impacts on ecosystems worldwide, with issues such as loss of species diversity, decreased ecosystem services, and damage to regional ecological security barriers becoming increasingly prominent. These changes not only pose a threat to China's ecological security pattern, but also pose a serious threat to the sustainable development of ecologically fragile regions, posing new challenges to biodiversity conservation. In the face of this severe situation, it is particularly important to strengthen the adaptive management of ecological environment vulnerability. The development and implementation of adaptive management strategies aim to reduce the negative impact of climate change on ecological vulnerability and ensure the safety and health of the ecological environment through scientific planning and effective actions. This article explores adaptive management strategies for the vulnerability of the ecological environment to climate change.


Climate change; Vulnerability of ecological environment; Adaptive management strategies