PIK N 071-10-0042
Description / Table of Contents:
Contents: Part I. Concepts and Scenarios: 1. Climate policy and inter-linkages between adaptation and mitigation ; 2. Climate change appraisal in the EU: current trends and future challenges ; 3. Scenarios as the basis for assessment of mitigation and adaptation ; 4. National responsibilities for adaptation strategies: lessons from four modelling frameworks ; 5. Learning to adapt: re-framing climate change adaptation ; Part II. Strategies Within Europe: 6. How do climate policies work? Dilemmas in European climate governance ; 7. Transforming the European energy system ; 8. A risk management approach for assessing adaptation to changing flood and drought risks in Europe ; 9. Mainstreaming adaptation in regional land use and water management ; Part III. Strategies Beyond Europe: 10. Global climate governance after 2012: architecture, agency and adaptation ; 11. The economics of low stabilisation: implications for technological change and policy ; 12. Mainstreaming climate change in development cooperation policy: conditions for success ; 13. Insurance as part of a climate adaptation strategy ; Part IV. Synthesis: 14. What can social science tell us about meeting the challenge of climate change? Five insights from five years that might make a difference ; Appendix A. Description of models
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