CO2, Climate and Society: A Brief Overview View Full Text


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DATE

1983

AUTHORS

Stephen H. Schneider

ABSTRACT

For about a century the academic community - or at least a segment of it - has been aware of the possibility that increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide from fossil fuel burning and other human activities could significantly alter global climate and thus become a major societal problem. Now, however, the CO2 issue is frequently reported - often in ominous tones - in the popular press, and its implications have even penetrated to the halls of Parliaments and the U.S. Congress. [1] What causes the climate to change - and the potential contribution of carbon dioxide - is self-evidently an important problem for climatologists and other environmental scientists. But why should the “average citizen” - or his or her elected representatives - worry about the CO2 issue? Food production, which depends significantly on both climate and carbon dioxide per se, is one such reason. More... »

PAGES

9-15

Book

TITLE

Social Science Research and Climate Change

ISBN

978-94-009-7003-8
978-94-009-7001-4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-94-009-7001-4_3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-7001-4_3

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