Exploring Climate Change Through Science And In Society

Author: Mike Hulme
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135089833
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Exploring Climate Change Through Science And In Society from the Author: Mike Hulme. Mike Hulme is one of the most distinctive and recognisable voices speaking internationally about climate change in the academy, in public and in the media. This collection of his most popular, prominent and controversial articles, essays, speeches, interviews and reviews dating back to the late 1980s reveal an intellectual and personal journey of observation, investigation and reflection on an increasingly complex phenomenon and trace how Hulme has arrived at his current position. The material in Exploring Climate Change in Science and Society engages with science, politics, policy, media, eth.

Climate Change

Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
ISBN: 9780215036094
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Climate Change from the Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee. Incorporating HC 1688, session 2005-06

Climate Change For Football Fans

Author: James Atkins
Publisher: Uit Cambridge Limited
ISBN: 9781906860356
Size: 45.58 MB
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Climate Change For Football Fans from the Author: James Atkins. Climate policy hits Turf Moor: follow Burnley's adventure in Europe and their roller-coaster struggle for survival in the Premiership while racing through an unconventional take on climate policy. This is a funny book, written in the earthy and irreverent language of the terraces. But it has a serious subtext - about climate change. It's a series of conversations between Joe, a Burnley lad who is football mad, and Professor Igor who's obsessed with climate change. Joe thinks that worrying about climate change is a waste of time. Igor can't understand why 22 grown men would put on shorts and run around after a ball. Igor agrees to spend a season with Joe going to every Burnley game, and in return Joe and his family listen to the Professor rattle on about climate policy. The book examines why preventing climate change is so difficult, and asks whether it is more a social and political problem than a technological one? Will we have to change our lifestyle? Would new legislation addressing climate change be so unpopular with the public that politicians will backtrack? How will industry be affected? Notes at the back of the book summarize all the serious climate-change material so the reader can look up the important messages in the book without having to stand on the terraces.

Airport Climate Adaptation And Resilience

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Publisher: Transportation Research Board
ISBN: 0309223636
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Airport Climate Adaptation And Resilience from the Author: . Reviews the range of risks to airports from projected climate change and the emerging approaches for handling them.

Who Owns Football

Author: David Hassan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317996356
Size: 19.19 MB
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Who Owns Football from the Author: David Hassan. The commercialization of sport since the 1990s has had a number of consequences. The market forces that have defined commercialization, notably pay-per-view television, whilst initially welcomed as important new sources of revenue, have also had the unanticipated consequences of de-stabilizing many sporting competitions and institutions, undermining the financial future of clubs in their traditional role as key social and cultural institutions. This has been manifested in the paradox of chronic financial loss-making amongst professional sports’ clubs in an era of exponential revenue growth, a trend exemplified by the experience of Italy’s Series A and the English Premier League – both cases examined in detail in this book. But, at the same time, some traditional sporting organizations have sought with some success, to chart a middle way, retaining traditional sporting movement objectives whilst also embracing a form of commercialism. The Gaelic Athletic Association in Ireland, the supporter-owned FC Barcelona football club, and New Zealand rugby union, offer illustrative examples of such strategies examined in detail. This book explores the background to this clash of commercial and traditional sporting objectives, and debates the consequences for wider sports governance. This book was published as a special issue of Soccer and Society.

Equality And Diversity In Policing

Author: Brian Stout
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1844456641
Size: 37.44 MB
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Equality And Diversity In Policing from the Author: Brian Stout. Equality and Diversity is a key theme on all policing degree courses. The book starts by contextualising equality and diversity within the legislative and policy framework. It then examines the recent historical context by outlining some of the difficulties and criticisms that the police have faced in dealing with matters of equality and diversity. It considers diversity, not only in terms of how the police relate to the general public, but also how diversity issues impact on police careers and occupational culture.

English Unlimited Advanced B Combo With Dvd Roms 2

Author: Adrian Doff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107659000
Size: 49.66 MB
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English Unlimited Advanced B Combo With Dvd Roms 2 from the Author: Adrian Doff. Through universally inspiring topics and activities, and with a special focus on intercultural competence as a 'fifth skill', this truly international course helps learners become more sensitive, more effective communicators. Teaching natural, dependable language and using authentic audio from the start, it not only brings real life into the classroom, but gives learners the skills, strategies and confidence they need to communicate confidently outside it.

Media Spiritualities And Social Change

Author: Stewart M. Hoover
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441145559
Size: 26.27 MB
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Media Spiritualities And Social Change from the Author: Stewart M. Hoover. Groundbreaking study into the relationship between forms of spirituality, media and its effect on social reform.

Climate Change And Human Development

Author: Hannah Reid
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
ISBN: 178032443X
Size: 60.46 MB
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Climate Change And Human Development from the Author: Hannah Reid. Whilst the world's poor are clearly hit hardest by climate change impacts, so too do they hold many of the solutions for how best to cope with its impacts, and at times reduce greenhouse gas emissions to zero. In this wide-ranging book, Hannah Reid offers a rich compendium of real life scenarios and brings home the realities of how poor people are suffering from and coping with climate change impacts today. Drawing on case studies gathered by the UP in Smoke group - a powerful coalition of global environment and development organizations including Greenpeace, Oxfam, Practical Action and the WWF - this book provides new models for human development in a climate-change-constrained future as well as positive solutions to tackling climate change at the macro-level with proposals from luminaries such as Professors Wangari Maathai, Manfred Max-Neef and Jayati Ghosh.

The Cambridge Companion To Football

Author: Rob Steen
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107433983
Size: 37.41 MB
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The Cambridge Companion To Football from the Author: Rob Steen. Football is the world's most popular sport. It is a cultural phenomenon and a global media spectacle. For its billions of fans, it serves as a common language. But where does its enduring popularity come from? Featuring essays from prominent experts in the field, scholars and journalists, this Companion covers ground seldom attempted in a single volume about football. It examines the game's oft-disputed roots and traces its development through Europe, South America and Africa, analysing whether resistance to the game is finally beginning to erode in China, India and the United States. It dissects the cult of the manager and how David Beckham redefined sporting celebrity. It investigates the game's followers, reporters and writers, as well as its most zealous money makers and powerful administrators. A valuable resource for students, scholars and general readers, The Cambridge Companion to Football is a true and faithful companion for anyone fascinated by the people's game.