Climate Change in Asia and the Pacifi c: How Can Countries Adapt?


This book provides a rigorous and up-to-date analysis of the climate change risks and impacts for the Asian region. It also presents some of the successful adaptation case-studies in the region and provides a stepwise guidance on ways to integrating adaptation programmes into the mainstream policy and planning process…The editors of this book have so skillfully weaved the contributions of different author-teams that it retains its fl ow from the very beginning to the end and is able to engage not only specialists and fellow professionals, but a general audience as well. (Source: Current Science)

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