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Offers a thorough description of the main culprit of climate change
Provides coverage that will be of interest to a diverse audience, from academics to policy makers
Discusses climate adaptation measures, which is of increasing interest to academia and policy makers
This book will provide:
-The most updated information on the Canadian energy resources; demand, supply and future projections;
-Updated information on historical climates, climate variability and change in Canada;
-Climate and energy demand and supply relationship;
-Assessments of impacts of past and future climate change, variability and extremes on various components of the energy sector; seasonal energy demand;
-The results of vulnerability and adaptation analysis of case studies of extreme weather events, energy generation and supply;
-Sustainable energy development under a climate change regime;
-Adaptation measures and strategies to meet the challenges of future climate change and associated sea level rise;
-Constraints and opportunities
-Mainstreaming adaptation into the Canadian energy development policies.