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Earth Sciences & Geography - Earth System Sciences | Adaptive Governance and Climate Change

Adaptive Governance and Climate Change

Brunner, Ronald, Lynch, Amanda

2010, 424 p. 22 illus.

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  • Makes the case for adaptive governance as a complementary approach in the climate change regime
  • Introduces new concepts
  • Gives a modern approach
As greenhouse gas emissions and temperatures at the poles continue to rise, so do damages from extreme weather events affecting countless lives. Meanwhile, ambitious international efforts to cut emissions (Kyoto, Copenhagen) have proved to be politically ineffective or infeasible. There is hope, however, in adaptive governance—an approach that has succeeded in some local communities and can be undertaken by others around the globe. This book provides a political and historical analysis of climate change policy; shows how adaptive governance has worked on the ground in Barrow, Alaska, and other local communities; and makes the case for adaptive governance as a complementary approach in the climate change regime.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Adaptive Governance - Alaska  - Barrow - Climate Impacts - Global warming - climate change - temperature

Related subjects » Climate Change Management and Policy - Earth System Sciences - Environmental Management

Table of contents 

Clarifying the Problem.- The Regime Evolves.- Barrow as Microcosm.- Opening the Regime.- Reframing the Context.

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