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Climate Change and Global Development

  • Sequeira T
  • Reis L
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This book presents new research related to climate change policies and effects. It discusses the implications of climate change on issues pertaining to international relations and economic development, and the question of how climate change could jeopardize the international system as we have known it until today. It aims to provide an empirical basis and epistemological framework to discuss the effects of climate change on economic growth, social development and welfare as a global phenomenon influenced by policies carried out transnationally and by national governments. Case studies from around the globe are presented.




Sequeira, T., & Reis, L. (2019). Climate Change and Global Development (pp. VI, 309).

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