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The Right Way to Build Resilience to Climate Change
Current History (2018)
  • Daniel P Aldrich, Northeastern University
For years it was possible to assume that climate change would create problems only for future generations. No longer. Societies around the world now face the effects of climate change on a daily basis. Millions of people from developing countries flee every year from slowly unfolding climate related crises like drought and famine. This article examines how social infrastructure can provide one framework for societies seeking to undertake radical transformation during the Anthropocene Era.
  • climate change,
  • social capital,
  • transformation,
  • disaster
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Daniel P Aldrich. "The Right Way to Build Resilience to Climate Change" Current History (2018)
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