Remediation, Resilience and Public Policy

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Remediation, Resilience and Public Policy

 

In order for there to be remediation of climate change impacts, it will require the adoption of innovative multidisciplinary approaches due to the complex nature of these impacts.

While climate mitigation may be a long-term goal, various adaptation strategies may effectively be utilized to reduce climate change impacts and improve the resiliency of ecosystems and human society. 

Information sharing and the development of public policy regarding climate change is essential for long-term sustainability and environmentally-friendly product developments.

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J.D. Eyles Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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