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Climate Change Revisited: It Isn't Just For Natural Scientists Anymore : NPR

Climate Change Revisited: It Isn't Just For Natural Scientists Anymore : NPR | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
What role is there for social scientists in addressing climate change? Commentator Tania Lombrozo follows up her interview with Stephan Lewandowsky with some psychologically motivated suggestions.
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The World Wants a Solution to Climate Change: Here It Is | The Energy Collective

The World Wants a Solution to Climate Change: Here It Is | The Energy Collective | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
This week in Doha, Qatar, world leaders are struggling with how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions fast enough, and in amounts great enough, to protect people from the droughts, food shortages, rising sea levels, and severe weather events that...
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Overview | Where The Rain Falls

Overview | Where The Rain Falls | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it

Based on a protocol developed for Where the Rain Falls, field research was conducted in eight countries (Bangladesh, India, Guatemala, Peru, Ghana, Tanzania, Thailand and Vietnam) to examine the interplay among rainfall patterns, food security and human mobility.

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NOVA | Sandy's Warning

NOVA | Sandy's Warning | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
Do we have what it takes to stop catastrophic warming?

 

Hurricane Sandy has renewed the debate over climate change in the United States, and two high-profile reports released since the storm have made it clear that without big changes we're headed for an extremely serious climate disruption. Reporter Sam Eaton takes a look at what would have to happen to avoid the most catastrophic effects of global warming.

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Home - Climate CoLab

Home - Climate CoLab | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it

In the Climate CoLab, you can work with people from all over the world to create proposals for what to do about climate change.

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The Climate Question: Degrees of Change

The Climate Question: Degrees of Change | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
As delegates gather in Doha for COP18, we examine communities on the front line of global warming.
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Timeline: How the World Found Out about Global Warming: Scientific American

(Reuters) - A U.N. conference in Qatar next week is the latest attempt to combat global warming after mounting evidence that human activity is disrupting the climate.Here is a timeline of the road to action on global warming:300 BC - Theophrastus,...
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World Bank fears 4.0 degree warming

World Bank fears 4.0 degree warming | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
THE World Bank has warned that global temperatures could rise by four degrees this century without immediate action, with potentially devastating consequences for coastal cities and the poor.

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No nation immune to climate change

No nation immune to climate change | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
All nations will suffer, but it is the world's poorest countries that will be hit hardest by food shortages, rising sea levels, cyclones and drought, a report says...

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Civil Society Organizations in Climate Change Policy Dynamics in Nepal: How Representative and Inclusive is the Process?

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Climate change is the hottest environmental issue in Nepal on which Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are intensively involved. Recently, various international and development agencies, bi-lateral and multi-lateral development programs, and government agencies have been advocating for the involvement of CSOs on various policy forums in order to make the policy process more deliberative and democratic. Consequently, some representatives of CSOs have been participating in these policy forums and programs. ...
Key words: Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), climate change, climate change governance, climate change policy process, CSOs' involvement.


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New ways to communicate climate change and adaptation - is it time for something “loopy”? | International Institute for Environment and Development

New ways to communicate climate change and adaptation - is it time for something “loopy”? | International Institute for Environment and Development | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it

We know that real change takes place when we learn by doing, and as development specialists we are all very good at telling people what to do. But as researchers and practitioners engaged in a shared learning process for change we still have a very long way to go.

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Global warming, photography, pictures, photos, climate change, impact, science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, arctic warming, antarctica warming, documentation, effects, effe...

Global warming, photography, pictures, photos, climate change, impact, science, weather, arctic, antarctica, climate zones, glacier, arctic warming, antarctica warming, documentation, effects, effe... | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
Global warming photography - photographs of global climate change in the Arctic, Antarctica, glaciers, temperate climate zones, rising seas.
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Poor to seek UN climate change compensation scheme in 2013 | Reuters

Poor to seek UN climate change compensation scheme in 2013 | Reuters | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
DOHA (Reuters) - Developing nations will push next year for a radical U.N.
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Where the Rain Falls: download area - UNU-EHS

Where the Rain Falls: download area - UNU-EHS | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
The United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) is located in Bonn, Germany.
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CLIMATE CHANGE: Migration not always a way to adapt

CLIMATE CHANGE: Migration not always a way to adapt | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
As the impact of climate change unfolds, many have predicted forbidding scenarios of millions of impoverished people flooding into often affluent countries.
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The top of the world is melting

The top of the world is melting | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
The Artic permafrost is melting, releasing vast amounts of greenhouse gases. The world now has to rethink how it tackles climate change.

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`Mistrust between rich, poor nations on climate change`

`Mistrust between rich, poor nations on climate change` | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
There is a lot of mistrust among developed and developing countries on various issues ahead of the United Nations (UN) climate change talks that start in Qatar next week, said a senior UN official.
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Over 130 Iowa Scientists Connect Drought To Climate Change

Over 130 Iowa Scientists Connect Drought To Climate Change | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — More than 130 scientists from Iowa colleges and universities say this year's drought is consistent with a warmer climate predicted as part of global climate change and more droughts can be expected.
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Indigenous people direct victims of climate change

Indigenous people direct victims of climate change | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
KARACHI - Speakers at a seminar on ‘Climate change: Impacts on Livelihood, Marine and Coastal Resources’ said on Saturday that indigenous people were direct victims of climate change and the state had failed to provide required protection to the...
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Mainstreaming Adaptation in Asia | weADAPT 4.0

Mainstreaming Adaptation in Asia | weADAPT 4.0 | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
AbstractMainstreaming adaptation into development planning has been promoted as an effective way to respond to climate change.

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Bankrupting Nature: Denying Our Planetary Boundaries (Hardback) - Routledge

Bankrupting Nature: Denying Our Planetary Boundaries (Hardback) - Routledge | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
This powerful book shows us that we are in deep denial about the magnitude of the global environmental challenges and resource constraints facing the world. Despite growing scientific consensus on major environmental threats as well as resource...
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Climate Change Knowledge Portal 2.0

Climate Change Knowledge Portal 2.0 | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it

The Climate Change Knowledge Portal (CCKP) Beta is a central hub of information, data and reports about climate change around the world. Here you can query, map, compare, chart and summarize key climate and climate-related information.

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In Nepal and Papua New Guinea, media does little to explain REDD+

In Nepal and Papua New Guinea, media does little to explain REDD+ | Anthropology and Climate Change | Scoop.it
BOGOR, Indonesia (31 October, 2012)_Mainstream media coverage of REDD+ in the forested nations of Nepal and Papua New Guinea is dominated by government policy makers and experts, while the voices of traditional land owners and local communities are...

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