New Challenges for Poverty Reduction
Edited by M. A. Mohamed Salih
This unique book provides cutting-edge knowledge and analyses of the consequences that climate change will have for sustainable development and poverty reduction within the context of global development.
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- Climate Change and Sustainable Development New Challenges for Poverty Reduction
- Tables and box
- Acronyms and abbreviations
- Chapter 1: Polycentric Systems as One Approach to Solving Collective-Action Problems
- Chapter 2: An Ecosystems Services Approach: Income, Inequality and Poverty
- Chapter 3: Ecospace, Humanspace and Climate Change
- Chapter 4: After Us, the Deluge? The Position of Future Generations of Humankind in International Environmental Law
- Chapter 5: A Child Rights Perspective on Climate Change
- Chapter 6: Climate Change and Development (Cooperation)
- Chapter 7: Environmental Security, Politics and Markets
- Chapter 8: Humans are the Measure of All Things: Resource Conflicts versus Cooperation
- Chapter 9: From Climate Refugees to Climate Conflict: Who is Taking the Heat for Global Warming?
- Chapter 10: Rural Poverty, Cotton Production and Environmental Degradation in Central Eurasia
- Chapter 11: Spatializing Development and Environmental Discourses: The Case of Sustainable Development and Globalization
- Chapter 12: Digital Dematerialization: Economic Mechanisms Behind the Net Impact of ICT on Materials Use
- Chapter 13: Ecological Cities, Illustrated by Chinese Examples
- Chapter 14: Green or Mean: Is Biofuel Production Undermining Food Security? Rob Vos
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