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         Global Environmental Change:     more books (100)
  1. Global Environmental Change and Human Security
  2. Food Security and Global Environmental Change
  3. The Cryosphere and Global Environmental Change (Environmental Systems and Global Change Series) by Olav Slaymaker, Richard Kelly, 2007-01-29
  4. Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace)
  5. Social Theory and the Global Environment (Global Environmental Change Series) by Ted Benton, Michael Redclift, 1994-09-02
  6. The Economics of Global Environmental Change: International Cooperation for Sustainability (New Horizons in Environmental Economics)
  7. Climate and Global Environmental Change by Danny Harvey, 1999-01-11
  8. Global Environmental Change: An Atmospheric Perspective by John Horel, Jack Geisler, 1996-11-18
  9. Global Environmental Change: A Natural and Cultural Environmental History (2nd Edition) by A Mannion, 1997-11-14
  10. Global Environmental Change and International Law by Lynne M. Jurgielewicz, 1996-07-25
  11. Population and Food: Global Trends and Future Prospects (Global Environmental Change Series) by Tim Dyson, 1996-05-10
  12. Global Environmental Change by Peter D. Moore, WG Chaloner, et all 1996-12-16
  13. Geomorphology and Global Environmental Change by Christine Embleton-Hamann, 2009-07-31
  14. Environmental Change in South-East Asia: People, Politics and Sustainable Development (Global Environmental Change Series)

1. NIGEC: Midwestern Regional Center
NIGEC's mission is to carry out research on global environmental change. It operates in an interdisciplinary, multiinvestigator mode, examining the causes and consequences associated with global environmental change, particularly climate change due to human modification of the atmosphere.
National Institute for Global Environmental Change:
Midwestern Regional Center

About the Center

Contact Information

Research Projects
National Office
Revised: 14 June 1996

2. NIGEC: Welcome
News highlights, publications, initiatives and links to regional centers. Established by the US Congress House of Representatives and the Senate,
National Institute for Global Environmental Change Main Description Overview Vision ... NTAC Members
safemail("nigec","","E-Mail NIGEC") NIGEC Welcome Upcoming NIGEC Events June 2005 17th - Southcentral Regional Center Principal Investigator Meeting - Location: TBA 21st - WESTGEC Principal Investigator Meeting - Location: UC Davis July 2005 15th - Quarterly Invoices Due from Regional Centers to National Office August 2005 1st - AY 2004-2005 No Cost Extension Requests Due from Regional Centers to National Office 7-12th - Ecological Society of America (ESA) Annual Meeting - Montréal, Canada (More Info) Click here to view the entire NIGEC Calendar Click here to see NIGEC's Images The National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC) was established by the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate in the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act of 1989. The institute is operated for the U.S. Department of Energy by the University of California under a cooperative agreement. NIGEC's National Office is hosted by University of California, Davis

3. Human Dimensions Of Global Environmental Change Discussion List
Mailing list subscription information and link to archives.
Center for International Earth Science Information Network, Columbia University Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center
Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Discussion List (HGDEC)
You may subscribe to HGDEC, a SEDAC-sponsored mailing list that serves as a forum for the exchange of information and opinions on the human dimensions of global environmental change, by sending email to The body of your message should read, "subscribe hgdec". Archived messages from HGDEC are accessible at Text Browser Utilities:
CIESIN Home Page SEDAC Home Page CIESIN Gateway Search ... Help-Feedback CIESIN is a research unit of Columbia University For more information about CIESIN and our activities contact CIESIN User Services. E-mail: . Tel.: (914) 365-8920

4. U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
Provides access to data and information on global environmental change research, adaptation/mitigation strategies and technologies, and global

5. Newsletter On-line: Global Environmental Change Programme
ESRC global environmental change Programme. Programme Newsletter, GECKO, online. GECKO is the newsletter of the Economic and Social Research council s
ESRC Global Environmental Change Programme
Programme Newsletter, GECKO, on-line
GECKO is the newsletter of the Economic and Social Research council's Global Environmental Change Programme and is received by about 4000 people involved in the environmental field in research, policy and business. It brings news of developments in the Programme including updates on events, networks, and output from the researchers. If you would like to use GEC-O to communicate your relevant news or information, or if you would like to add your name or those of others to the mailing list, please contact the editor Alister Scott, Global Environmental Change Programme Office, Mantell Building, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton, BN1 9RF, Tel: 01273-678935, Fax: 01273-604483, Email: Inclusion of all material is at Editor's discretion. The newsletter is published three time each year in March, June and November. Edition 22: Spring 2000 Edition 21: Autumn 1999 Edition 20: Summer 1999 Edition 19: Spring 1999 ... Edition 8: Summer 1995 Previous editions of the newsletter are available from the Programme Office To publications menu
To home page

6. U.S. Global Change Research Information Office
U.S. Global Change Research Information Office. Provides access to data and information on climate change research, adaptation/mitigation strategies

7. NIGEC Welcome
. Overview. Vision. Strategy. Organization. Research. Education......National Institute for global environmental change. Main.

8. Core Projects: Institutional Dimensions Of Global Environmental Change (IDGEC),
Institutional Dimensions of global environmental change Science Plan Oran R. Young et al, 1999. IHDP Report Series No. 9. IDGEC Newsletter/ Publications
Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (IDGEC) Institutions are systems of rules, decision-making processes and programs that give rise to social practices, assign roles to the participants and guide their initial interactions. IDGEC's research agenda centers on the examination of the role of social institutions in causing, exacerbating and solving large-scale environmental problems. The analysis looks particularly closely at concepts of institutional fit, interplay, and issues of scale. The core activities of IDGEC circle around three themes: ocean governance, forest use and carbon management; the circumpolar North and Southeast Asia are regional foci. For more information on the IDGEC Programs click here IDGEC Science Plan:
Institutional Dimensions of Global Environmental Change: Science Plan

Oran R. Young et al, revised edition by Heike Schroeder, July 2005.
IHDP Report No. 16 IDGEC
Newsletter/ Publications
Chair of the IDGEC Scientific Steering Committee

Oran R. Young, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management

9. Global Environmental Change Programme Home Page
This is the home page of the global environmental change Research Programme of the United Kingdom's Economic and Social Research Council. The

10. Global Environmental Change: Re-thinking The Questions
global environmental change Rethinking the questions.

Global Environmental Change:
Re-thinking the questions
Preface Risky choices, soft disasters Who governs the global environment? Producing greener, consuming smarter ... The programme
Welcome to the Global Environmental Change Programme, the largest ever social science research initiative in the UK on any issue.
The main feature of this web site is a set of three documents. These summarise, in an accessible form, the most important insights to have emerged from our research. The documents, which can be accessed by clicking on the images below, are organised around the following themes: You can read the preface to the three documents here . There are also PDF versions of the three documents and you can also view a short video documentary on each of the three themes. This site is also an archive of more detailed information about the Programme, with full search facilities. This includes:
  • one page summaries of each of the 150 empirical research projects and Fellowships details of over 1000 publications that have been produced as a result of the research Programme responses to Government consultations and Parliamentary inquiries and a host of other material.

11. UEA: Changed URLs
CSERGE's core academic objectives are to undertake policyrelevant research on global environmental problems and to contribute to the ESRC's global environmental change Research Programme.
Changed URLs
It is sometimes necessary to move UEA web pages to another location, or addresses may have been quoted wrongly in publications or on mailing lists. When this happens, a filter may be put into the web server to trap requests for the old, or wrong, URLs and the requests are diverted to this page. Please look through the entries below to find the URL that you need, and then change your bookmarks accordingly. There is no automatic forwarding, and there are no links from this page, so that people will change their bookmarks, and search engines will not continue to reference old URLs. Pat Newby, IT and Computing Service (ITCS)
December 2002
School of Environmental Sciences (ENV) - Admissions
School of Environmental Sciences (ENV) - Centre for Environmental Risk (CER)
Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (CSERGE)
School of Language, Linguistics and Translation Studies (LLT)

12. Center For International Earth Science Information Network
Natural Disaster Hotspots A Global Risk Climate Change (AIACC) Data, Methods Synthesis. Environmental Sustainability Index (ESI)

13. Global Environmental Change: Risky Choices, Soft Disasters
global environmental change Rethinking the questions.

Risky choices, soft disasters
Home page Previous Next Risky choices, soft disasters Preface Summary ... The programme
'Risky choices, soft disasters' summarises key lessons from socialscience research in the area of environmental decision-making. The document is organised around the five questions below. Important contributions of GECP studies to national and international research are highlighted in linked boxes. Preface: Re-thinking the questions Summary: What have we learned about environmental decision-making? Introduction: Environmental decision-making under uncertainty 1. What is the environment worth? ... References Previous Top of page Next Contents Summary ... References

14. USGS Global Change Research
processes involved in environmental change so U.S. Global Change Research Program U.S. Climate Change Science Program

15. IHDP - International Human Dimensions Programme On Global
International Workshop "Human Security and Climate Change" Oslo, 2123 June 2005. IHDP-IAI 2004 global environmental change Institute on

16. Wired News U.S. Edits Global Warming Reports
officials told the newspaper the changes were part of a normal interagency review of all documents related to global environmental change.

17. CIESIN Ozone Home Page
OZONE DEPLETION. AND global environmental change The potential effects on humans and the environment have led to international resolutions designed to
CIESIN Thematic Guides
Welcome to the CIESIN thematic guide on ozone depletion issues. The purpose of this guide is to help you find selected key documents that pertain to the issue of ozone depletion: causes, human and environmental effects, and policy responses. The 1985 report of the discovery of an "ozone hole" over Antarctica focused attention on the idea that humans can have a significant impact on the global environment. This discovery, along with evidence that ozone is being lost at nearly all latitudes outside the tropics, has prompted much research into the causes of ozone depletion and the biological effects of increased ultraviolet radiation exposure. The potential effects on humans and the environment have led to international resolutions designed to gradually phase out production of ozone-depleting substances. As a result, the scientific and industrial communities have collaborated to find safe and economical replacements for chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), the manmade chemicals implicated in ozone loss. This guide contains an Overview that provides general background on key concepts and issues related to ozone depletion. In addition, four subsections explore selected topics in greater detail:

18. Main
the Human Dimensions of global environmental change Call for Papers "International Organizations and global environmental change" Berlin

19. Health Thematic Guide
In turn, these and other global environmental changes are beginning to affect Topics important to human health and global environmental change include
CIESIN Thematic Guides * Provisional Release *
Welcome to the CIESIN Thematic Guide on Human Health. The purpose of this guide is to help you find selected key documents and data sets vital to understanding the relationship between human health and global environmental change. Health as defined in the World Health Organization's constitution is "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity." The state of health of an individual or population depends upon complex i nteractions of the physical, biological, political, and social domains. Over the past century, human activities and behavior have played a major role in global environmental change, with increases in atmospheric greenhouse gases, depletion of the stratosp heric ozone layer, loss of biodiversity, pollution of water resources, and degradation of soils. In turn, these and other global environmental changes are beginning to affect the health and welfare of human populations. According to the United Nations Env ironment Programme (1992) in Saving Our Planet , "All constituents of the environment of our planet ultimately exert an influence on human health and well-being." Only recently have scientists begun to explore these influences, and most of the liter ature currently available focuses on the effects of climate change.

20. Center For Health And The Global Environment, Harvard Medical School
The Center's mission is to understand the human health consequences of global environmental change, and to promote a wider understanding of these consequences among physicians, scientists, policymakers, the media, and the general public.
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