496 pages, illustrations
A Dictionary of Climate Change and the Environment bridges the gap between the many disciplines encompassing climate change, environmental economics, environmental sciences, and environmental studies.
It defines a comprehensive set of over 3700 words used across these fields to help policy makers, students, and professionals achieve a holistic view of environmental issues. The Dictionary also features: introductory primers to major topic areas; recommended reading for particular topics and specific words or concepts; and seven appendices, including a catalog of scientific symbols, units, and conversions, as well as an expansive listing and description of selected environmental treaties. The extensive and accessible nature of the content renders A Dictionary of Climate Change and the Environment an indispensable reference for practitioners requiring an informed and balanced description of key concepts and issues.
This resource will be extremely valuable to policymakers and professionals working on climate change and other environmental issues, and to postgraduate and undergraduate students in climate change and environmental studies, as well as to academics and other practitioners working on multidisciplinary environmental issues outside their areas of expertise.
"[...] for anyone who works in depth with the complex issues of climate, environment, and economics."
– Natural Hazards Observer
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- Climate Change Policy: A Primer
- International Environmental Problems: A Primer
- Environmental Systems, Dynamics, and Modeling: A Primer
- Annotated References: A Starting Point
- Internet Resources: Environmental News Sources and Blogs
- A Dictionary of Climate Change and the Environment: Economics, Science, and Policy
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