Handling Interdependencies in Climate Change Risk Assessment

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Dawson, Richard;
(2015)

Typically, a climate change risk assessment focuses on individual sectors or hazards. However, interdependencies between climate risks manifest themselves via functional, physical, geographical, economic, policy and social mechanisms. These can occur over a range of spa... View more
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