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The effects of climate change can be devastating to the surrounding communities, resulting in consequences such as mass migration, hunger and famine. Rather than attributing the blame to nature, the contributors look at the social processes and organisations of society in the semi-arid tropics to find the causes, drawing on case studies from across the globe.
'Individuals who win even a modest prize in the lottery and are interested in this specialised field will wish to acquire this book; if you're not lucky, urge your research department to obtain a copy for their library.' Peter Rogers, Journal of Meteorology
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