4 edition of Dealing With Climate Change found in the catalog.
October 30, 2002
by Organization for Economic
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||151|
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CNN's John Sutter takes reader suggestions for the top non-fiction books on climate change. They include a Pulitzer winner and an illustrated comic. Adaptation to Climate Change argues that, without care, adaptive actions can deny the deeper political and cultural roots that call for significant change in social and political relations if human vulnerability to climate change associated risk is to be reduced.
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The author, who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences, argues that single policies adopted only at a global scale are unlikely to generate sufficient trust among citizens and firms so that collective action can take place in a comprehensive and.