Sean continues to work with municipalities, non-profit organizations, Aboriginal communities and the business community to promote and develop sustainable forms of community economic development. He has authored over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, written or edited 21 books, and published in popular journals. She leads work on pro-poor adaptation and resilience building for the Social Resilience cluster. Forthcoming work includes examinations of public policy approaches to climate change and energy resource management and ways to ameliorate the conditions for workers in export industries in the developing world through improved public management. He serves on the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development — currently co-chair of a task force on sustainable use of coal. Senior Economist, Poverty Global Practice, World Bank Sailesh is Senior Economist in the Poverty Global Practice of the World Bank. She is currently a Professor in the.
She has also taught economics at the postgraduate level for a number of years and has published many research papers on environment, health and climate change adaptation. The environment and conservation of endangered species are matters of long standing interest and concern to me. She has a long-standing interest in how humans interact with complex information ecosystems. It is a useful resource for professional education programs, and an important addition for college courses in environmental economics and environmental studies. His career interests lie in the areas of science and environmental education and learning environments. He is particularly interested in restoration of degraded forest and agricultural landscapes. His research concerns issues of local and regional economic development, rural and small-town development, community sustainability, and sustainable infrastructure.
A citizen of Mali, Youba focuses on the energy, environment and sustainable development nexus and he has broad experience in Africa in policy development. Roseland is the Director of the of the and a Professor in the in the. Mathewes is a Professor in the in the. John Welch is an anthropologist and social archaeologist with research interests grounded in broad questions about how communities develop, employ, and sustain environmental and cultural stewardship precepts and practices. Energy-Efficient Technologies and Climate Change Policies: Issues and Evidence Adam B.
Lertzman has an ongoing interest in how changing climate drives ecosystems and the landscapes and resources available to people who live in them and how people respond to those changes. Consultant Archana is an independent consultant working in the field of climate change vulnerability and adaptation, urban health and environmental policy interventions. Allen is an Associate Professor in the. Mark Roseland is interested in Sustainable Community Development research, education, and community mobilization. Her work focuses on understanding sources of vulnerability and designing adaptation policies and measures to reduce the risks of climate change in a multi-stressor environment. Nyboer is actively involved with energy issues related to the Pacific Rim. Allen's research focuses on hydrogeology with particular emphasis on groundwater resource evaluation and hydrogeological modeling.
She directs several research initiatives that explore and facilitate livelihood resilience, climate change adaptation, and co-generative inquiry among resource-poor and marginalized men and women land users in Africa and the Himalayas. The Role of Renewable Resources in U. Capitale sociale in euro: deliberato 4. Toman Appendix B: Climate Change, Health Risks, and Economics Alan J. Through transdisciplinary research and knowledge to action initiatives Maya brings together public health professionals, researchers, community members and allies outside of the health sector to work at the interface between improving social and health equity, fostering sustainable community development and strengthening ecosystem resilience. He serves on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 — currently a lead author for the special report on renewable energy.
He is the Director, Art and Design Practice of the Canadian Graphics, Animation, and New Media Network. Throughout his career, Youba has served in various advisory capacities to African governments. Economists will generally think about the trade-offs involved. He has published extensively on poverty and environmental linkages using household and spatial data. Griffin Cohen has written extensively in the areas political economy and public policy with special emphasis on issues concerning, the Canadian economy, women, labour, electricity deregulation, energy and the environment, and international trade agreements. David Zandvliet is an Associate Professor in the at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada and the founding Director of the Institute for Environmental Learning. Choosing Price or Quantity Controls for Greenhouse Gases William A.
The focus of his work during his career has been on long-term structural change of the global economy and the analysis of global economic policy issues—including agricultural policies, regional and multilateral trade agreements, demographics and international migration, the Millennium Development Goals, and climate change. In the late 1980s Sushenjit became interested in droughts in India and its impact on agriculture. A member of the Board of Directors of Oxfam America for many years, he currently serves on the board of Freedom from Hunger as well as on multiple scientific advisory boards. Both policymakers and the general public will find this volume to be a convenient and authoritative guide to climate change risk and policy. Using a variety of techniques such as pollen analysis, plant macrofossil analysis, and radiocarbon dating, he and his collaborators are working to understand the postglacial recolonization of trees and other plants from glacial refuges to produce the vegetation mosaic of today.
The contributors then provide assessments of policies that will affect greenhouse gas emissions, including electricity restructuring, carbon sequestration in forests, and early reduction programs. Establishing and Operating the Clean Development Mechanism Michael A. In July 2014, Zoubida was appointed Senior Regional Advisor to the East Asia and Pacific Region Vice Presidency. Climate Change Economics and Policies: An Overview Michael A. Sean Cox is a fisheries scientist focusing on aquatic conservation and management of human impacts on aquatic ecosystems. Environmental Economist - Africa Region, World Bank Raffaello Cervigni Environmental Economist - Africa Region, World Bank Raffaello is a lead environmental and climate change economist at the World Bank. Policy Design for International Greenhouse Gas Control Jonathan Baert Wiener 21.
What are the potential adverse impacts of climate change? Agriculture and Climate Change Pierre Crosson 6. The discussion will explore how these channels are affected by climate change and policies, focusing on the exposure, vulnerability, and ability to adapt of the poor and those vulnerable to poverty. Revenue Recycling and the Costs of Reducing Carbon Emissions Ian W. Krupnick Part Three: Policy Design and Implementation Issues 9. Her current research focuses on climate change impacts on groundwater systems, groundwater resources in mountainous and coastal regions, and low temperature geothermal aquifer thermal energy storage systems and thermal modeling. Christopher was the World Bank focal point for food security issues in the Korean and French G20 Presidencies.