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The Mediterranean Region under Climate Change A Scientific Update

By: Alliance Nationale de Recherce pour l'Environnement (AllEnvi)(Editor), Hakima El Haité(Preface By), Driss El Yazami(Afterword by), Daphne Goodfellow(Translated by), Andrew Morriss(Translated by)
732 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
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Language: English with bilingual preface, introductory pages, chapter summaries and conclusion in English and French

The Mediterranean Region under Climate Change has been published by AllEnvi (French National Alliance for Environmental Research) to coincide with the 22nd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP22) in Marrakesh. It is the outcome of work by academic researchers on both sides of the Mediterranean and provides a remarkable scientific review of the mechanisms of climate change and its impacts on the environment, the economy, health and Mediterranean societies. It will also be valuable in developing responses that draw on "scientific evidence" to address the issues of adaptation, resource conservation, solutions and risk prevention. Reflecting the full complexity of the Mediterranean environment, The Mediterranean Region under Climate Change is a major scientific contribution to the climate issue, where various scientific considerations converge to break down the boundaries between disciplines.

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By: Alliance Nationale de Recherce pour l'Environnement (AllEnvi)(Editor), Hakima El Haité(Preface By), Driss El Yazami(Afterword by), Daphne Goodfellow(Translated by), Andrew Morriss(Translated by)
732 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
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