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Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society

Edited By: Constance Lever-Tracey
512 pages, illus, tabs
Publisher: Routledge
Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society
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  • Routledge Handbook of Climate Change and Society ISBN: 9780415544764 Hardback Jun 2010 Usually dispatched within 1 week
Price: £190.00
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This handbook brings together the latest research on climate change from the social sciences. It comprehensively covers social causes, impacts, recognition and responses to climate change and features cutting edge research by leading scholars from Australia, Canada, Europe, UK and USA, and new material on China, India and South East Asia.


Climate change and society: an introduction, Constance Lever-Tracy and Barrie Pittock Part 1: Understanding climate change 1. The science of climate change: knowledge, uncertainty and risk, Barrie Pittock 2. Climate change: complexity and collaboration between the sciences, Ian Welsh Part 2: Social impacts on nature 3. Organisations and global warming, Charles Perrow 4. Capitalism versus nature: eco-socialist approaches to the climate crisis, Dennis Soron 5. Ecological economics: the impact of unsustainable growth, Philip Lawn 6. Ecological economics: consumption drivers and impacts, Inge Ropke Part 3: Natural impacts on society 7. Vulnerability and adaptation to climate change, Robin Leichenko, Adelle Thomas and Mark Barnes 8. Ecological rationality, disaster, and the environmental education of leaders, Raymond Murphy 9. Case study: floods in Mumbai, Monalisa Chatterjee Part 4: Social recognition of climate change 10. Public opinion: a cross national view, Steven Brechin 11. Media presentations of climate change, Max Boykoff and Joe Smith 12. Case study: climate change reporting in Time magazine, Ray Loi Postscript, Constance Lever-Tracy 13. Religion, worldview and climate change, Lee Levett-Olson 14. Climate change denial: sources, actors and strategies, Riley E. Dunlap and Aaron M. McCright Part 5: Reducing emissions 15. Crises and opportunities, Noel Tracy 16. Alternative scenarios: varieties of capitalism, Constance Lever-Tracy 17. Alternative scenarios: technological optimism or low energy futures, Terry Leahy 18. Bio-fuels, Stephen Clarke, Dan Graiver and Sudirman Habibie 19. The nuclear option, Lee Clarke 20. Case study: agro-forestry in the Philippines, Lutgarda Tolentino, Leila Landicho, Catherine C De Luna and Rowena D Cabahug 21. Public opposition to renewable energy, Claire Haggett 22. Behavioural insights: motivating individual emissions cuts through communication, David Ockwell, Saffron O'Neill and Lorraine Whitmarsh Part 6: National and global policies 23. Climate change and energy security in the European Union: from rhetoric to practice? Karin Backstrand 24. Case study: wind energy regulation in Germany and the UK, Shiufai Wong 25. Tipping point: crossroads for US climate policy, Marcus Carson and Mikael Roman 26. China's emissions: dangers and responses, Bo Miao and Graeme Lang 27. Justice and the politics of climate change, Derek Bell 28. International law responses to climate change, Hossein Esmaeili 29. Pushing past neo-liberalism: rethinking global climate change negotiations, Raymond Clemencon

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Constance Lever-Tracy is Senior Lecturer of Sociology at Flinders University of South Australia. She has prior interests in industrial militancy, ethnic relations and diaspora Chinese capitalism. Her recent work includes the entry for 'Global Warming' in the International Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences (2008), and initiation of a symposium on global warming and sociology in Current Sociology (2008).
Edited By: Constance Lever-Tracey
512 pages, illus, tabs
Publisher: Routledge
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