Water Availability in the Oil Sands under Projections of Increasing Demands and a Changing Climate: An Assessment of the Lower Athabasca Water Management Framework (Phase 1)
- A SUMMARY OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ASSESSMENTS FROM THE U.S. COUNTRY STUDIES PROGRAM. Smith, Joel B.; Lazo, Jeffrey K. // Climatic Change;Jul2001, Vol. 50 Issue 1/2, p1
Examines the results of climate change impact assessments conducted under the United States Country Studies Program (USCSP). Methods in conducting USCSP impact assessments; Details on climate change scenarios; Classification of the sectors that were affected by climatic changes; Results of...
- Regulators ignore climate change for California dams. Ross, Kate // World Rivers Review;Mar2013, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p13
The article offers information on the threat of disturbance in the balance between heavy snow in the winter and steady runoff in the spring by changing climate in California.
- Sector joins call for adaptation switch. Wilding, Mark // Planning (14672073);4/2/2010, Issue 1862, p5
The article reports that the Commons environmental audit committee is urging city planners to do more to prepare for the impacts of climatic change in Great Britain.
- CLIMATE Checkup. Balaguer, Alejandro // Americas;Apr2008, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p44
The article discusses symptoms of global warming evident in Latin America and the Caribbean. The fourth Global Environmental Outlook assessment (GEO-4) issued in 2007 by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) showed that climate change is producing an increase in temperature, a rise in...
- Solastalgia and the Gendered Nature of Climate Change: An Example from Erub Island, Torres Strait. McNamara, Karen; Westoby, Ross // EcoHealth;Jun2011, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p233
This communication focuses on respected older womens' ('Aunties') experiences of climate and other environmental change observed on Australia's Erub Island in the Torres Strait. By documenting these experiences, we explore the gendered nature of climate change, and provide new perspectives on...
- INTEGRATING CLIMATE CHANGE FACTORS WITHIN CHINA'S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT LEGISLATION: NEW CHALLENGES AND DEVELOPMENTS. Xiangbai He // LEAD Journal (Law, Environment & Development Journal);2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p50
An introduction is presented in which the possibility of integrating climate change within environmental impact analysis (EIA) modality is discussed.
- NOT TOO HOT TO HANDLE. Myers, Doug // State News (Council of State Governments);Sep2007, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p29
The article discusses the actions undertaken by several states in the U.S. to address the environmental and economic impacts of global climate change. Some states are confronting global warming through various programs while others are considering how to mitigate the impact of climate change....
- Long-term changes in the North Sea ecosystem Clark, Robin A.; Frid, Chris L. J. // Environmental Reviews;Sep2001, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p131
Long-term data on the North Sea ecosystem are available for phytoplanktonic, zooplanktonic, benthic, fish, and seabird communities. Temporal changes in these have been examined by numerous researchers over the course of the 20th century, their main objective being to determine how the...
- CLIMATE CHANGED: WHERE TO FROM HERE FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT? Hepburn, John // Social Alternatives;2007 Fourth Quarter, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p65
The article reflects on the role of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and environmental movement about the issues pertains to climate change in Australia. She states that climate change is the mother of all environmental problems which likely to worsen existing environmental impacts. The...