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The Atlas of Climate Change


The Atlas of Climate Change: Mapping the world's greatest challenge
By Kirstin Dow and Thomas E. Downing

About this book
Since the first edition of this highly acclaimed atlas was published in 2006 (it won the 'Planeta Environment Book of the Year'), climate change has climbed even further up the global agenda.

This new edition features:
• The outcomes of the negotiations at the UNFCC conference in Copenhagen
• The latest developments in climate change research and data on its impacts around the world
• New coverage of the role played by the world's oceans
• Estimates of the economic impact of climate change
• Updated maps and graphics wherever data is available

Review quotes
"You could wade through dense academic detail from the IPCC. Or you could root out the Atlas of Climate Change, which condenses key findings from the scientists."—The Guardian.

"This is a remarkable piece of work and extremely readable."—R K Pachauri, chairman of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

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