This new collection of essays by leading Canadian scientists, engineers, social scientists, and humanists offers an overview and assessment of climate change and its impacts on Canada from physical, social, technological, economic, political, and ethical / religious perspectives. Interpreting and summarizing the large and complex literatures from each of these disciplines, the book offers a multidisciplinary approach to the challenges we face in Canada. Special attention is given to Canada's response to the Kyoto Protocol, as well as an assessment of the overall adequacy of Kyoto as a response to the global challenge of climate change.
|Title of host publication||Hard Choices: climate change in Canada|
|Editors||H. Coward, A. Weaver|
|Place of Publication||Waterloo, Canada|
|Publisher||Wilfrid Laurier University Press|
|Number of pages||248|
|Publication status||Published - 2004|
Livingston, N. J., & van Kooten, G. C. (2004). Terrestrial carbon sinks and climate mitigation. In H. Coward, & A. Weaver (Eds.), Hard Choices: climate change in Canada Wilfrid Laurier University Press.