MARC Bibliographic Record

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100 1_ $aStehr, Nico.
245 10 $aClimate and society :$bclimate as resource, climate as risk /$cNico Stehr, Hans von Storch.
246 30 $aClimate as resource, climate as risk
264 _1 $aHackensack, NJ :$bWorld Scientific,$c[2010]
264 _4 $c©2010
300    $avii, 141 pages :$billustrations, maps ;$c24 cm
336    $atext$btxt$2rdacontent
337    $aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia
338    $avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0_ $aMachine generated contents note: 1.Overview -- 2.A Historical Overview of Thinking about Climate -- 3.Climate as Limiting Condition and Resource -- 3.1.Climate as an Environmental Experience -- 3.2.Climate as a Scientific System -- 3.3.Climate as a Social Construct -- 3.4.Society and Humans as a Climate Construct -- 4.Climate as Risk and Hazard -- 4.1.The History of Ideas about Climate Change -- 4.2.Natural Climate Variability -- 4.3.Excursus: Who Owns the Weather in 2025? -- 4.4.Anthropogenic Climate Change -- 4.5.Climate Change as a Social Construct -- 4.6.The History of Anthropogenic Climate Catastrophes -- 4.7.The Influence of Climate Changes on Society -- 5.Zeppelin Manifesto on Climate Protection -- 6.Summary and Prospects.
520    $a"Climate and Society presents from a transdisciplinary view, climate and its changes, impact and perception. The history of climate and its different approaches over time - which are anthropocentric and more system-oriented, academic and application-driven - are reviewed, as are the possibilities of managing climate, in particular by steering the greenhouse gas emissions. Most importantly, the concepts of climate as a resource for societies are discussed and the emergence of climate non-constancy and its impact, studied. In essence, this book provides an absorbing account of the cultural history of climate and relates it to contemporary scientific knowledge about climate, climate change and its impact." --Book Jacket.
650 _0 $aClimatic changes$xSocial aspects.
650 _0 $aClimatic changes$xEconomic aspects.
650 _0 $aHuman beings$xEffect of climate on.
700 1_ $aStorch, H. v.$q(Hans von),$d1949-
938    $aBaker and Taylor$bBTCP$nBK0008375592
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