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Fairness in Adaptation to Climate Change edited by W. Neil Adger, Jouni Paavola, Saleemul Huq, and M. J. Mace

Publisher: London : The MIT Press, 2006Description: xvi, 319 p. ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780262511933 (pbk.).Subject(s): Climatic changes -- Political aspects | Environmental justiceDDC classification: 363.73874 FAI Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
1. Toward justice in adaptation to climate change /​ W. Neil Adger, Jouni Paavola and Saleemul Huq I. Politics, science, and law in justice debates 2. Dangers and thresholds in climate change and the implications for justice /​ Stephen H. Schneider and Janica Lane 3. Adaptation under the UN framework convention on climate change : the international legal framework /​ M. J. Mace II. Aspects of fairness in adaptation 4. Exploring the social justice implications of adaptation and vulnerability /​ Kirstin Dow, Roger E. Kasperson and Maria Bohn 5. Is it appropriate to identify winners and losers? /​ Robin Leichenko and Karen O'Brien 6. Climate change, insecurity and injustice /​ Jon Barnett 7. Adaptation : who pays whom? /​ Paul Baer 8. A welfare theoretic analysis of climate change inequities /​ Neil A. Leary III. Fairness in adaptation responses 9. Equity in national adaptation programs of action (NAPAs) : the case of Bangladesh /​ Saleemul Huq and Mizan R. Khan 10. Justice in adaptation to climate change in Tanzania /​ Jouni Paavola 11. Adaptation and equity in resource dependent societies /​ David S. G. Thomas and Chasca Twyman 12. Extreme weather and burden sharing in Hungary /​ Joanne Linnerooth-Bayer and Anna Vari IV. Conclusion 13. Multifaceted justice in adaptation to climate change /​ Jouni Paavola, W. Neil Adger and Saleemul Haq.
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1. Toward justice in adaptation to climate change /​ W. Neil Adger, Jouni Paavola and Saleemul Huq
I. Politics, science, and law in justice debates
2. Dangers and thresholds in climate change and the implications for justice /​ Stephen H. Schneider and Janica Lane
3. Adaptation under the UN framework convention on climate change : the international legal framework /​ M. J. Mace
II. Aspects of fairness in adaptation
4. Exploring the social justice implications of adaptation and vulnerability /​ Kirstin Dow, Roger E. Kasperson and Maria Bohn
5. Is it appropriate to identify winners and losers? /​ Robin Leichenko and Karen O'Brien
6. Climate change, insecurity and injustice /​ Jon Barnett
7. Adaptation : who pays whom? /​ Paul Baer
8. A welfare theoretic analysis of climate change inequities /​ Neil A. Leary
III. Fairness in adaptation responses
9. Equity in national adaptation programs of action (NAPAs) : the case of Bangladesh /​ Saleemul Huq and Mizan R. Khan
10. Justice in adaptation to climate change in Tanzania /​ Jouni Paavola
11. Adaptation and equity in resource dependent societies /​ David S. G. Thomas and Chasca Twyman
12. Extreme weather and burden sharing in Hungary /​ Joanne Linnerooth-Bayer and Anna Vari
IV. Conclusion
13. Multifaceted justice in adaptation to climate change /​ Jouni Paavola, W. Neil Adger and Saleemul Haq.

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