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Managing Climate Change Papers from the Greenhouse 2009 Conference

By: Imogen Jubb, Paul Holper and Wenju Cai
296 pages, col illus
Publisher: CSIRO
Managing Climate Change
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A number of international, high-level science and policy meetings have been influential in the lead up to the global climate change negotiations at Copenhagen. One of these landmark meetings was Greenhouse 2009, where those involved in research, policy and communication of various aspects of climate change provided the latest assessments of the science and likely impacts on Australia and the world.

This book provides an important snapshot of the concepts and ideas presented at the Greenhouse conference.

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Dr Wenju Cai is a senior principal research scientist with CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research specialising in the role of oceans in climate variability and climate change. Paul Holper manages CSIRO's involvement in the Australian Climate Change Science Program, a $15 million program supported by the Department of Climate Change. Imogen Jubb is the Communication Officer for the Australian Climate Change Science Program.
By: Imogen Jubb, Paul Holper and Wenju Cai
296 pages, col illus
Publisher: CSIRO
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