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Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks
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Overview Chapters

Front Matter (includes Contents; List of Tables, Figures, and Boxes; Editors and Authors; Series Foreword; Foreword; and Preface)
Chapter 1.  Managing Global Environmental Change:  An Introduction to the Volume
Introduction to Part II:  Studies of Arenas
Introduction to Part III:  Studies of Management Functions
Appendix:  About the Authors

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Key Figures and Boxes

Figure 1.1.  A taxonomy of hazard management
Box 1.1.  Key definitions and terminology
Box 1.2.  Management functions
Box 1.3.  Criteria for evaluating efforts to link knowledge with action
Figure 2.5.  Attention to global atmospheric issues
Figure 2.6.  Emissions
Figure 2.7.  Environmental loadings
Figure 2.8.  Environmental change
Appendix 2B.1. Chronology of the Acid Rain Issue
Appendix 2B.2. Chronology of the Ozone-Depletion Issue
Appendix 2B.3. Chronology of the Climate Change Issue
Figure 14.1.  Country comparison of newspaper attention to acid rain
Figure 14.2.  Country comparison of newspaper attention to ozone depletion
Figure 14.3.  Country comparison of newspaper attention to climate change
Figure IIIA.  A taxonomy of hazard management
Box 17.1.  Options addressed in global environmental risk management:  A framework for classification
Figure 21.1.  The issue of acid rain in Europe: Risk management events and linkages
Figure 21.2.  The issue of stratospheric ozone depletion: Risk management events and linkages
Figure 21.3.  The issue of climate change: Risk management events and linkages
 

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