Brotherhood of St Laurence
Lindley, Sarah

Climate change, justice and vulnerability / - York, U.K. Joseph Rowntree Foundation 2011 - PDF

November 2011 Bibliography pp. 113-119 Appendices pp. 120-176

Climate change will increase the intensity and frequency of extreme weather events such as floods and heatwaves in the UK. This project is concerned with justice in the distribution of the effects of these events on well-being. The effects of extreme weather events will not be distributed evenly. How badly a person or group will be affected will depend not just on their exposure to the event, but on their vulnerability - that is, how well they are able to cope with and respond to floods and heatwaves. Vulnerability is a matter of how events convert into losses in well-being.

climate-change-social-vulnerability-full.pdf

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Climatic Changes Economic Aspects
Social Justice Great Britain
Equality Great Britain
Climatic Changes Risk Assessment
Climatic Changes Government Policy - Great Britain

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