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Climate has shaped all of human history but has received concerted and sustained scientific attention only in recent decades. The new understanding shows that climate is not unchanging but variable, sometimes abruptly so. This variability results from both natural processes and human interference (largely inadvertent). The associated social and economic impacts are uneven and create winners and losers—among nations, private enterprise, and individuals. This emerging awareness has triggered a growing, often heated, political debate.
- Dirección URL https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0160791X04000284
- Autor Robert M.White a, William Hooke b
- Año de publicacion 2004
Publicado en Políticas CTI