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Global environmental issues

  title={Global environmental issues},
  author={Frances Harris},
Contributors ix Acknowledgements xi Part One Introduction 1 1 Human Environment Interactions 3 Frances Harris Part Two Negotiating Environmental Science 19 2 From Science to Policy 21 Frances Harris 3 Confronting a Multitude of Multilateral Environmental Agreements 39 Anilla Cherian Part Three The Changing Surface of the Earth 63 4 Grappling with the Global Climate Challenge 65 Anilla Cherian 5 Understanding and Adapting to Sea-Level Rise 87 Patrick D. Nunn 6 Conserving Biodiversity and Natural… 
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