Focus Climate Talk on Managing Risk: Confronting Perils Could Build Coalition

Lianne M. Lefsrud, Renate Meyer

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Resumé

In this opinion piece, the authors begin by asking whether is is possible that modern society's bitter political divisions over belief in human-induced climate change are distracting decision-makers from the far more practical matter of confronting the risk that it presents, directly or indirectly, to businesses and the economy.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEdmonton Journal
ISSN0839-296X
StatusUdgivet - 20 mar. 2013

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