Climate change 2014 : impacts, adaptation, and vulnerability : Working Group II contribution to the fifth assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change / edited by Christopher B. Field, Working Group II Co-Chair, Department of global Ecology, Carnegie Institution for Science, Vicente R. Barros, Working Group II Co-Chair, Centro de Investigaciones del Mar y la Atmósfera, Universidad de Bunos Aires ... [and 14 others].Material type: TextPublication details: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2014Description: 2 v, 1820 pages. : color illustrations, color maps ; 28 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9781107641655 (pt. A : pbk.); 1107641659 (pt. A : pbk.); 9781107058071 (pt. A : hardback); 1107058074 (pt. A : hardback); 9781107683860 (pt. B : pbk.); 1107683866 (pt. B : pbk.); 9781107058163 (pt. B : hardback); 1107058163 (pt. B : hardback)Other title: climate change twenty fourteenSubject(s): Climatic changes | Global environmental change | Climatic changes -- Government policy | Climate changes -- International cooperationDDC classification: 363.738746 CLI LOC classification: QC981.8.C5 | C511345 2014Online resources: Connect to resource. | Connect to resource. Also issued online.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
v. 1. Part A. Global and sectoral aspects. -- v. 2. Part B. Regional aspects.
This work focuses on why climate change matters and is organized into two parts, devoted respectively to human and natural systems and regional aspects, incorporating results from the reports of Working Groups I and III. The volume addresses impacts that have already occurred and risks of future impacts, especially the way those risks change with the amount of climate change that occurs and with investments in adaptation to climate changes that cannot be avoided. For both past and future impacts, a core focus of the assessment is characterizing knowledge about vulnerability, the characteristics and interactions that make some events devastating, while others pass with little notice.
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