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Loss and damage from climate change: concepts, methods and policy options

Source(s):  Springer

This book provides insights into the loss and damage (L&D) discourse by highlighting state-of-the-art research from multiple disciplines as well as policy contexts related to L&D.

It articulates the multiple concepts, principles and methods relevant for L&D, including those that have only recently become available.

This volume is aimed at informing research, policy, practice and the interested public.

The book:

  • discusses the political, legal, economic and institutional dimensions of L&D, 

  • introduces normative and ethical questions central to the discourse, 

  • highlights the role of climate risks and climate risk management, 

  • presents salient case studies from around the world, 

  • identifies practical and evidence-based policy and implementation options, and thus 

  • supports the science-policy dialogue and possible future directions of the L&D discourse, both under and outside the Paris Agreement. 

 



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  • Loss and damage from climate change: concepts, methods and policy options
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Mechler, Reinhard; Bouwer, Laurens M.; Schinko, Thomas; Surminski, Swenja
  • Number of pages 563 p.

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