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Perspectives on Climate Change

As part of a global effort to mobilise action from governments, business, finance and society, countries will meet in 2015 to determine a global climate agreement through the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Climate change and climate policy have become political fodder for elections worldwide, with partisan views dividing nations. The burgeoning research from the academic community is substantial.

Explore the three areas of Geopolitics below, with free access to selected content until the end of November 2014.


Economics and Effects

       Economics and Effects

Human and Physical Geography

Human and Physical Geography

Social and Political Policy

    Social and Political Policy


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