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Atlas of climate change: mapping the world's greatest challenge (rev. ed.)

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This atlas condenses the history, causes, dangers and scientific background into powerful easy-to-read maps, graphics and tables. Today’s headlines and recent events reflect the seriousness of climate change. Heatwaves, droughts and flooding are driving people from their homes, destroying livelihoods and causing death among vulnerable populations. Rigorous in its science and insightful in its message, this atlas examines the possible impact of climate change on our ability to feed the world’s people, avoid water shortages, conserve biodiversity, improve health, and preserve cities and cultural treasures. It also reviews historical contributions to greenhouse gas levels, progress in meeting Kyoto commitments and local efforts to meet the challenge of climate change. The atlas covers a wide range of topics, including warning signals, future scenarios, vulnerable populations, health impacts, renewable energy and emissions reduction. With more than 50 full colour maps and graphics, this is an essential resource for policy-makers, environmentalists, students and everyone concerned with this pressing subject.

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  • Atlas of climate change: mapping the world's greatest challenge (rev. ed.)
  • Publication date 2007
  • Author(s) Dow, Kirstin; Downing, Thomas E.
  • Number of pages 128 p.
  • ISBN/ISSN 1844073769

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