Climate change risk management: a Mental Modeling application

@article{Bridges2013ClimateCR,
  title={Climate change risk management: a Mental Modeling application},
  author={Todd S. Bridges and Daniel Kovacs and Matthew D. Wood and Kelsie M. Baker and Gordon Butte and Sarah Thorne and Igor Linkov},
  journal={Environment Systems and Decisions},
  year={2013},
  volume={33},
  pages={376-390}
}
The potential impacts of climate change are varied and highly uncertain, and pose a significant challenge to agencies charged with managing environmental risks. This paper presents a comprehensive and structured Mental Modeling approach to elicit, organize and present relevant information from experts and stakeholders about the factors influencing environmental risk management in the face of climate change. We present and review an initiative undertaken by the United States Army Corps of… CONTINUE READING

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