Category : Climate Change
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2011
Climate Change and Growth in Asia.  Edited by Moazzem Hossain and Antony Selvanathan (Griffith U, Australia).  Northampton MA: Edward Elgar, May 2011 / 224p / $99.95.
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The Renewable Revolution: How We Can Fight Climate Change, Prevent Energy Wars, Revitalize the Economy and Transition to a Sustainable Future.  Sajed Kamal (Sustainable International Development Program, Brandeis U).  London & Sterling VA: Earthscan (dist by Stylus Publishing), Jan 2011 / 192p / $29.95.
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Energy 2050: Making the Transition to a Secure Low-Carbon Energy System.  Edited by Jim Skea, Paul Ekins, and Mark Winskel.  London & Sterling VA: Earthscan (dist by Stylus), Feb 2011 / 400p / $84.95.
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Saving Small Island Developing States: Environmental and Natural Resource Challenges.  Edited by Shyam Nath, John Roberts, and Yeti Nisha Madhoo.  London, UK: The Commonwealth Secretariat (dist by Stylus), Feb 2011 / 400p / $49.95.
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Gender and Climate Change: An Introduction.  Edited by Irene Dankelman.  London & Sterling VA: Earthscan (dist by Stylus), Jan 2011 / 240p / $34.95.
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Adaptation and Resilience: The Economics of Climate, Water, and Energy Challenges in the American Southwest.  Bonnie G. Colby and George B. Frisvold.  Washington, DC: Resources for the Future (dist by Stylus), March 2011 / 288p / $99.95.
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Engaging the Public with Climate Change: Behavior Change and Communication.  Edited by Lorraine Whitmarsh, Saffron O’Neill, and Irene Lorenzoni.  London & Sterling VA: Earthscan (dist by Stylus), Jan 2011 / 288p / $84.95.
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A Perfect Moral Storm: The Ethical Tragedy of Climate Change.  Stephen M. Gardiner (Assoc Prof of Philosophy, U of Washington).  NY: Oxford U Press, May 2011 / 432p / $35.00.
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Bird Watch: A Survey of Planet Earth’s Changing Ecosystems.  Martin Walters (former biological sciences editor, Cambridge U Press) with consultants: BirdLife International and Jonathan Elphick.  Chicago IL: U of Chicago Press, March 2011 / 256p ( 9x11" ) $45.00.
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The Economics of Climate Change: Adaptations Past and Present.  Edited by Gary D. Libecap (Distinguished Prof of Corporate Env Mgt, U of California-Santa Barbara) and Richard H. Steckel (Distinguished Prof of Economics, Ohio State U). National Bureau of Economic .  National Bureau of Economic Research (dist by U of Chicago Press), June 2011 / 384p / $110.00.
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