There is sufficient evidence to support the fact that climate change is occurring and that this is set to accelerate. While some scholars argue that climate change is largely due to natural changes, others postulate that antropogenic factors are the major cause. Climate change associated with increasing levels of carbon dioxide is likely to affect developed and developing countries differentially, with major vulnerabilities occurring in low-latitude regions.
This book presents research findings and case studies with the endeavor to inform policies geared towards addressing problems emanating from these changes. Climate variability raises concerns over the future of agriculture, conditions of land and water availability. Therefore, climate changes amplifies many economic and social risks, as well as deterioration of the environment.
Write a review
Your Review: Note: HTML is not translated!
Rating: Bad Good
Enter the code in the box below: