Adapting to Climate Change: Theories, Policy, & Action
Introduction to the policies and politics of climate change adaptation with a focus on the response of human systems in both the developed and developing world context. Overview of climate projections and potential hazards to socio-ecological systems. Examination of adaptation strategies, policies directing responses, knowledge and factors that facilitate or stymie action, maladaptation. Discussion of debates on the role of international climate community; state and non-state actors; climate justice and how to reach the most vulnerable.
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