The editor of responding to climate change lessons from an australian hotspot is paul burton professor of urban management and planning and acting director of griffith universitys urban research program the book brings together the result of research from members of the griffith climate change response program. Responding to climate change lessons from an australian hotspot brings together the results of cutting edge research from members of the griffith climate change response program showing how best to respond to anticipated changes and how to overcome barriers to adaptation the authors treat climate change adaptation as a cross cutting . Buy responding to climate change 9780643108615 lessons from an australian hotspot nhbs paul w burton csiro. In the rapidly moving field of climate change some of the contributions to responding to climate change will be an enduring record of experience in the early part of the twenty first century in relation to responding to the effects of climate change on a recognised highly developed hotspot and some matters covered in the book will be . Within australia the region of south east queensland represents a useful case study for exploring adaptation governance as it is considered a hotspot for climate change impacts in australia
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