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World bank e-course: Introduction to Disaster Risk Management (free of charge)

Duchemin, Eric (14 août 2015)

This course is the introductory course of the World Bank Institute’s e-learning program on disaster risk management (DRM). The objective of this course is to familiarize development practitioners with contemporary concepts and practices in disaster management and contribute to a paradigm shift ...

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Media, Politics and Climate Change: Towards a New Research Agenda.

medolbec (22 juin 2010)

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, and the media have been demonstrated to play a key role in shaping public perceptions and policy agendas. Journalists are faced with multiple challenges in covering this complex field. This article provides an overview of existing ...

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Climate Change Effects on Fish and Fishery

educhenin (20 mai 2010)

Climate change will have many impacts on marine ecosystems, and on human uses of them. Improved scientific support for policy and management decision-making in the face of these potential impacts is essential. In response to this need, interdisciplinary research teams have been formed around the ...

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What we know, don’t know, and need to know about climate change vulnerability in the western Canadian Arctic. | Dr. James Ford

virginielariviere (13 oct. 2010)

This letter systematically reviews and synthesizes scientific and gray literature publications (n = 420) to identify and characterize the nature of climate change vulnerability in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region of the western Canadian Arctic and identify gaps in understanding. The literature ...

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Vulnerability to Climate Change in Arctic Canada: The Vulnerability Approach and Case Studies from Inuit Communities in Nunavut

virginielariviere (6 avr. 2010)

There is strong evidence that climate change is underway in the Arctic, with implications for Canada's Inuit population. This book investigates vulnerability to climate change among Inuit communities in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. It begins by deve--loping a conceptual model and analytical ...

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Towards 0-Impact Buildings and Built Environments | Techne Press

virginielariviere (19 oct. 2010)

-Impact goes one step further than 0-energy. It addresses building and design issues from an environmentally neutral perspective. It obviously includes energy neutral building, but adds the challenge of water use, use and producing of materials, and use of land. 0-impact should result in a built ...

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Climate Change and Globalization in the Arctic

virginielariviere (6 avr. 2010)

This book addresses this shortcoming by developing a framework for qualitative vulnerability assessment in ‘multiple impact’ studies (of climate change and globalization) and applying this framework to several cases of renewable natural resource use. The book draws upon case studies of forestry ...

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Behaviour, perceptions, and communication of climate change

medolbec (29 mars 2010)

As climate change has become an increasingly salient public issue, with active policy debates, the ways in which climate change is represented, communicated, perceived, and responded to by different sections of society and across different regions have become important for several reasons.

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Are there social limits to adaptation to climate change?

medolbec (23 mars 2010)

L’adaptation aux changements climatiques est reconnue comme un besoin, mais un discours sur ses limites émerge en raison des facteurs biologiques, économiques et technologiques qui la freinent. Or, cet article soutient que la façon dont les sociétés s’organisent est due aux valeurs qu’ ...

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Past Climate Variability and Change in the Arctic and at High Latitudes

educhenin (12 sept. 2011)

Recent observations in the Arctic have identified large ongoing changes and important climate feedback mechanisms that multiply the effects of global-scale climate changes. Ice is especially important in these “Arctic amplification” processes, which also involve the ocean, the atmosphere, and ...

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