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"This book is therefore a very useful summary of current debates about climate change and development, based on an initial framing of the problem in terms of global greenhouse gas concentrations."Progress in Development Studies, Tim Forsyth, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

About the Author

Thomas Tanner is a Research Fellow in Climate Change and Development at the Institute of Development Studies, UK. He is a social scientist specializing in the policy and practice of adaptation to climate change, particularly in linking approaches to development, disasters and climate change.

Leo Horn-Phathanothai is Director for International Cooperation at the World Resources Institute. He is an environment and development professional with extensive experience providing strategic and technical advice to the British and Chinese governments, the World Bank and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9217ce40) out of 5 stars 2 reviews
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HASH(0x91e1c1bc) out of 5 stars Clarity and multiple perspectives are a great resource in topics often discussed in public with passion ... 1 Oct. 2014
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Clarity and multiple perspectives are a great resource in topics often discussed in public
with passion but few facts.
This has been great to educate and will be an excellent ongoing reference.
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HASH(0x927224d4) out of 5 stars Outstanding book for newcomers, nothing much for those with familiar with the topic 26 April 2015
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Climate Change and Development is an excellent, detailed summary of past, present, and projected future of climate change impacts on a global scale. Contrary to the book title, however, this book does not delve deeply into development paths for third world countries in the context of climate change. Although development is repeatedly addressed throughout the book, the content is generalizable and equivalent in insight and readability to IPCC reports.
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