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Welcome to the Climate Change Subject Guide

The resources within this guide have been specifically chosen for their usefulness to those studying Climate Change. You can find useful databases, books, websites and more by using the tabs above.

If you run into obstacles, please don't hesitate to contact the subject Librarian.

 

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Recent Additions to Laucala Libraries

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Social network analysis of disaster response, recovery, and adaptation - Eric C. Jones (Editor); A. J. Faas (Editor)
Call Number: USP Lib. Gen HV 553 .S63 2017
ISBN: 9780128051962
Publication Date: 2016
This book covers systematic social network analysis and how people and institutions function in disasters, after disasters, and the ways they adapt to hazard settings.

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The cultures of markets - Janelle Knox-Hayes
Call Number: USP Lib. Gen HC 79 .P55 K66 2016
ISBN: 9780198718451
Publication Date: 2016
This book explores the establishment of emissions trading as a form of environmental, market-based governance in the United States, Europe, Australia, South Korea, Japan, and China.

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Displacement, development, and climate change - Nina Hall
Call Number: USP Lib. Gen QC 903 .H35 2016
ISBN: 9781138190535
Publication Date: 2016
This book focuses on one critical challenge: climate change. Climate change is predicted to lead to an increased intensity and frequency of natural disasters.

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Recovery after disaster - Ian Davis; David Alexander
Call Number: USP Lib. Gen HV 553 .D382 2016
ISBN: 9780415611770
Publication Date: 2015
Disasters can dominate newspaper headlines and fill our TV screens with relief appeals, but the complex long-term challenge of recovery―providing shelter, rebuilding safe dwellings, restoring livelihoods and shattered lives―generally fails to attract the attention of the public and most agencies.

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The State of Food and Agriculture 2016 - Food and Agriculture Organization
Call Number: USP Lib. Ref. S 401 U6 A317
ISBN: 9789251093740
Publication Date: 2017
The Paris Agreement, adopted in December 2015, represents a new beginning in the global effort to stabilize the climate before it is too late. It recognizes the importance of food security in the international response to climate change, as reflected by many countries focusing prominently on the agriculture sector in their planned contributions to adaptation and mitigation.

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Global Implications of development, disasters and climate change - Susanna Price (Editor); Jane Singer (Editor)
Call Number: USP Lib. Gen HB 2093 .A3 G56 2016
ISBN: 9781138838178
Publication Date: 2015
Displacements in the Asia Pacific region are escalating. The region has for decades experienced more than half of the world’s natural disasters and, in recent years, a disproportionately high share of extreme weather-related disasters

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Climate Change Major Reports

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