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World development report 2010 : development and climate change.

Contributor(s): World Bank.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington, DC : World Bank, c2010Description: xxi, 417 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9780821379875; 0821379879.Other title: Development and climate change.Subject(s): Climatic changes -- Environmental aspects | Economic development -- Environmental aspects | Climatic changes -- Economic aspects | Economic geography | Economische geografie | Sociaal-economische ontwikkeling | OntwikkelingslandenDDC classification: 338.927
Contents:
Overview: Changing the climate for development. 1. Understanding the links between climate change and development. -- 2. Reducing human vulnerability: Helping people help themselves. -- 3. Managing land and water to feed nine billion people and protect natural systems. --- 4. Energizing development without compromising the climate. -- 5. Integrating development into the global climate regime. -- 6. Generating the funding needed for mitigation and adaptation. -- 7. Accelerating innovation and technology diffusion. -- 8. Overcoming behavioral; and institutional inertia.
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" ... a product of the staff of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank."--Verso of title page.

Includes bibliographic references and index.

Overview: Changing the climate for development. 1. Understanding the links between climate change and development. -- 2. Reducing human vulnerability: Helping people help themselves. -- 3. Managing land and water to feed nine billion people and protect natural systems. --- 4. Energizing development without compromising the climate. -- 5. Integrating development into the global climate regime. -- 6. Generating the funding needed for mitigation and adaptation. -- 7. Accelerating innovation and technology diffusion. -- 8. Overcoming behavioral; and institutional inertia.

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