Climate change is one of the major obstacles to sustainable development. Numerous studies have shown that a series of extreme events occur under climate change. These extreme events lead to "abrupt disasters". At the same time, the change of mean climate state, to a certain extent, will lead to "gradual disasters". They are likely to pose a risk in the future. Therefore, a planned response to disasters and risks of climate change is an important part of climate change adaptation, which is also in line with the SDGs of the United Nations. With these premises, this Special Issue seeks Research Articles and Commentaries related to climate change disasters with a focus on expanding our current knowledge base in such areas as:
● Extreme events under different climate scenarios;
● Compound extreme events and their disaster formation;
● Identification and characterization of climate change disasters;
● Assessing disaster risks under different climate scenarios;
● Management of disaster risks of climate change;
● Construction of disaster resilience society.