The Social and Behavioural Aspects of Climate Change: Linking Vulnerability, Adaptation and Mitigation
Argues that the inherent complexity of climate change will ultimately require a much more integrated response both scientifically as well as at the scientific/policy interface, where new forms of engagement between scientists, policy-makers and wider stakeholder groups can make a valuable contribution to more informed climate policy and practice.
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The vulnerability of tourism in coastal Europe
The role of partnerships
5 Energy conservation in Dutch housing renovation projects
6 Natural hazards poverty traps and adaptive livelihoods in Nicaragua
7 Climate change adaptation in Mozambique
8 Adaptation to climate change induced flooding in Dutch municipalities
11 Distributional choices in EU climate change policy seen through the lens of legal principles
12 Climate change liability and the application of the precautionary principle
13 Incentives for international cooperation on adaptation and mitigation
Synthesis of essays on abrupt and extreme climate change
About the contributors
Flooding experiences in the Netherlands
10 Interactions between white certificates for energy efficiency and other energy and climate policy instruments
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The Social and Behavioural Aspects of Climate Change: Linking Vulnerability ...
Pim Martens,Chiung Ting Chang
Gedeeltelijke weergave - 2010
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