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Climate Change and Disaster Forensics

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Title:Climate Change and Disaster Forensics
Authors:Prizzia, Ross
Date Issued:2016
Citation:Prizzia, R. (2016). Climate Change and Disaster Forensics. In Disaster Forensics: Understanding Root Cause and Complex Causality (pp. 223-247). Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41849-0_9
Abstract:"Climate Change and Disaster Forensics" relates and applies forensic theory, insight and analysis to disaster related research and practice. It explores, describes and explains human causality of climate change related disasters and their impact on human and environmental losses. The chapter also identifies and describes new and innovative methodologies and strategies to analyze climate related disasters, reduce disaster risk, and improve disaster mitigation, adaption, and management. Emphasis is given to vigilant monitoring and assessment of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to limit global warming to 2 °C by 2030, a critical target set to prevent some of the worst impacts of climate change.
Pages/Duration:25 pages
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