Climate Change: Risk, Ethics, and the Stern Review
Science 2007 July 13; 317(5835): 203-204
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Smith, Andrew Villard (Georgetown University, 2017)As the risk of climate change grows across the planet, reducing greenhouse gases will become increasingly important. However, damage from climate change is not felt equally across the U.S. Some areas feel the effects of ...
Public Opinion on Climate Change: the Roles of Risk Perception and Scientific Knowledge in Preventing Passivity Brown, Courtney; Brown, Courtney (2008-04-14)Existing research shows that two factors stand out as the best predictors of people's stated intention to take action against climate change: accurate understanding of the scientific processes by which the Earth warms, and ...