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Publisher: Cambridge University Press , This specific ISBN edition is currently not available. View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis About this title Adapting to climate change is a critical problem facing humanity. An interview with Neil Adger on adapting to climate change: "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title. Book Description : This book presents top research on the critical issue of whether the world can adapt to climate change.
About the Author : Karen L. Buy New Learn more about this copy. Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. Search for all books with this author and title. Rather, the authors suggest that the situation This book is a collection of 13 research papers stem- can be effectively and equitably managed, provided ming from a special session organised by the IAH that appropriate legal, institutional and ethical Working Group on Groundwater and Climate Change choices are made.
Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values, Governance
The in in Florence, Italy. This introduc- national issue in the future and therefore why a trans- tory paper is split essentially evenly between discuss- formation in the institutional, professional and ethical ing our current understanding regarding the link basis of water management is urgently needed. Chap- between climate and water resources, and discussing ters 2—4 deal respectively with the myths associated techniques for mitigating the potentially negative with the concept of water wars; the theory of water impacts of future climate change.
Building upon these themes, the ings and lessons are presented in the sixth chapter, book then presents a collection of case studies; nine which includes a four-stage framework for under- of the 12 case studies focus on the Mediterranean and standing how effective trans-boundary water manage- Indian subcontinent, but this potential geographical ment can be developed over time.
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The overarching change. Instead it argues that robust decision-making theme is one of society learning to cope with an is more likely to provide a way forward. The second increasingly scarce but vital resource. The book dis- section of the book really sets the tone for the main cusses methods for arid and semi-arid regions to adapt message: the importance of values and culture in to predicted decreases in rainfall, including providing adaptation. Particularly striking is the near jux- excellent example in a developed society. The third taposition of three papers: one identifying and char- section focuses on governance, knowledge and tech- acterising a fresh groundwater body in the Thar Desert nologies for adaptation.
While there is a larger methods to maintain groundwater levels despite spatial scale focus to this section, principally at the increased population and climatic stresses in southern state level, the local is never forgotten. This is illus- Italy, and the third outlining the histories of two trated in the chapter on reindeer herding, and how ancient cities, Arad and Jericho, and how their fates state initiatives can disrupt local knowledge under- were intrinsically tied to climate, water management mining the ability of herders to adapt to climate and new technology.
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The message becomes clearer as the book progresses. Overall, though, the book is a must read for anyone, researcher or policy- Adapting to Climate Change: Thresholds, Values, maker, working in the area of adaptation. It is split pp. With the that, secondly, it cannot be simply analysed at the United States and Europe also increasingly vulnerable global scale; and, thirdly, that there is no one optimal to such extremes, it is important to develop robust adaptation pathway. It also has the widest spread of associated with choices of socially acceptable risk.
The Geographical Journal Vol. An intro- Emanuel K Increasing destructiveness of tropical cyclones duction by Stephenson outlines patterns and statisti- over the past 30 years Nature —8 cal descriptions. Chapters examine a variety of White G F, Kates R W and Burton I Knowing better and climatic extremes using analysis of observational losing even more: the use of knowledge in hazards manage- data and model simulations, including heat waves ment Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental and rainfall Easterling , probability distribution of Hazards 3 81—92 seasonal temperature in Europe and North America Gershunov and Douville , wind, wave and storm changes in the Northeast Atlantic von Storch and Contentious Geographies: Environmental Knowl- Weisse , tropical storm intensity in the Atlantic edge, Meaning and Scale.
An Aldershot: Ashgate, , pp. Such examples from the Swiss Alps Beniston and of coral agenda-setting is a valuable but ambitious goal in the growth in the Caribbean Crabbe et al. These losses have increased over the political ecology working group of the University of last 35 years, partly as a result of population and California Santa Cruz and gestating through multiple wealth increases Miller et al.
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There are examples Association of American Geographers conference ses- of risk management planning tools for forecasting sions, bodes well. This fact, for example, has allowed annual insured losses for hurricanes in the USA the editors to include both established scholars and Jagger et al. It also Credible contributors, primarily from the physical explains the strong North American orientation in sciences, have made this book appealing to both terms of contributors and cases, even though two of the scientists and policymakers with an interest in the three editors are now based in the UK.
The following technical analysis. Within this broad context, knowledge, The Geographical Journal Vol. By clearly developing the glue the collection together, and the subsequent chap- best traditions of political ecology in new directions ters explore how these terms are related and manipu- the book lives up to this promise, and admirably so. Subsequent chapters move onto the a Globalizing World. It is very much in the which allow them to conduct the most polluting part sense of how contentiousness is negotiated that the of their production in developing countries that are book takes it title.
Significant features include historical, contemporary, and future insights into adaptation to climate change; coverage of adaptation issues from different perspectives: climate science, hydrology, engineering, ecology, economics, human geography, anthropology and political science; and contributions from leading researchers and practitioners from around the world.
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