The social construction of risk: A local perspective of the vulnerability of artisanal fisheries to climate change
Periodo de realización: 1900/01/01 al 2022/01/01
Tipo: Artículo científico
Lugar(es) de estudio: Frontera, Tab., México
Resumen: "The growing vulnerability of societies to climate change constitutes a global concern.
Artisanal fishers experience extreme vulnerability due to their exposure to multiple
threats with severe consequences for their families and rural communities. Given that
these risks subsist despite governmental mitigation measures in the coastal zone, we used
a qualitative integrative approach to analyze the vulnerability of the fishers of Barra de
Frontera in the southern Gulf of Mexico and their adaptation strategies to climate change.
Through a literature review and semi-structured interviews with key local actors, fishers
were found to have had to constantly adapt to (1) unfavorable environmental conditions
caused by periodic floods and tropical storms"