1. Neil Adger on: Adaptation is not the answer


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    Neil Adger on: "Four Reasons for Concern About Adaptation to Climate Change" 1. contractions and uncertainties in the window of opportunity for adaptation; 2. The difference between adaptive…

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    • Tim Rayner on the "ADAM' and "Responses" EU Projects


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      European responses to climate change: deep emissions reductions and mainstreaming of mitigation and adaptation' (RESPONSES). RESPONSES started in January 2010. It sets out to investigate how…

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      • Irene Lorenzoni explores the link between social networks and vulnerability


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        Does social capital help reduce vulnerability and increase resilience? Not always. Irene Lorenzoni discusses the perceived wisdom that social networks may reduce individual vulnerability and increase…

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        • Heike Schroeder on Climate Change and Cities


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          ABOUT HEIKE Heike began working as a Tyndall Research Fellow at ECI in April 2007, where she is contributing to Tyndall Research Programme 1 - informing international climate policy on how international…

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          • John Broderick on Carbon Trading


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            ABOUT JOHN John is a PhD researcher funded by the UK Energy Research Centre (UKERC). He is analysing carbon trading from the perspective of economic sociology and asking the questions what is being…

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            • Andrew Newsham on Adapting to Climate Change


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              ABOUT ANDY Andy joined Tyndall in 2008 and is working with the International Development Research Programme on a meta-analysis of vulnerability and adaptation in Africa. Interdisciplinary interest…

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