Dealing with Climate Change

The habitability of the earth depends on the greenhouse gases that blanket our planet and ensure that it is not a cold rock but a warm and variable surface that can sustain life based on photosynthesis. The changes in climate, brought about, until modern times, mainly by natural causes like changes in the earth's orbit around the sun, variations in solar and volcanic activity, have also been a factor in the continuous variability in solar and volcanic activity, have also been a factor in the continuous variability of ecosystems that has stimulated the evolutionary development of life.

  • The scientific assessment of climate change: new findings
  • Carbon budget proposal
  • Challenges in climate change adaptation
  • Research and development priorities for climate change mitigation and adaptation
  • Climate change: a problem and an opportunity
  • The last decade convergence of environmental and financial markets: a practitioner's view
  • The global climate change regime: a time for consolidation or fundamental reform?
  • The climate change debate
  • Emission reduction targets: a Pandora's Box in climate negotiations