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The adverse impact of climate change calls for creation of deeper awareness, appreciation and understanding of the interrelationship between reversing the processes of climate change as well as building simultaneously the concept of Sustainable energy and environmental development, to bear upon its visible impact on the former process. This is achievable through carefully drawn up mitigation and adaptation actions with focus on carbon management, carbon foot-printing and carbon financing (“Green-Funding”) with equitable and differentiated participation in climate projects.
In the abovesaid context, the present pubication forms a highly useful source of vast and deep information for the concerned policy makers, researchers, scientists, environmentalists and even the general readers. These four volumes offer a massive compilation of relevant documents, policies, programmes, debates, agreements and case studies alongwith an indepth analysis of the scientific literature on the subject. The book has a global appeal since it contains detailed narratives of the developments at international/national/regional level. Glossary of technical terms, copious references for further reading and exhaustive subject indexing are among the value added features of the publication.
Volume-wise Contents :
Vol. 1—Global Climate Governance
Vol.2—Global Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Development.
Vol. 3—Emissions Trading and Carbon Management.
Vol. 4—Beyond Copenhagen.
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