This collection of essays presents a comprehensive survey of the latest knowledge on climate change. It aims to answer climate change questions and provides an outline of the current state of knowledge by 22 leading experts from the world of science, politics, and the economy.
They shed light on the causes, effects, and interrelations of global climate development from a variety of perspectives. There is a wide range of topics, including a look at climate history, the weather phenomenon known as El Niño, a discussion of modern climate models, and the arguments of the so-called climate skeptics. The book also discusses the potential options for political and social action and spells out the opportunities and risks for the insurance industry.
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