Climate Change Mitigation: Greenhouse Gas Reduction and Biochemicals

1st Edition

Jimmy Alexander Faria Albanese, M. Pilar Ruiz

Apple Academic Press
Published July 28, 2015
Reference - 396 Pages - 87 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781771882422 - CAT# N11374

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Summary

This title includes a number of Open Access chapters.

Climate change is a significant threat to humanity's future. Culturally, politically, economically, and personally, however, we are all deeply embedded in a system that continues to send us on a collision course that leads directly toward this threat. At this point, climate change is inevitable. What we must do now is to find ways to prepare—and do all we can to slow our race to disaster. This means that a transition to a lower-carbon economy is unavoidable.

Biochemical research is vitally necessary for the transition we must make, and it will be an essential component of any climate policy. To that end, the editors have collected within this compendium the most recent and relevant research in this field. Included are:

  • Initial chapters explaining climate change impact and sustainability issues
  • Chapters focusing on biochemicals and biotechnologies that offer potential for offsetting and preparing for climate change
  • A section on the challenges that must be acknowledged, assessed, and overcome
  • A final chapter that offers 12 reasons why safe climate policy is affordable

These articles do not merely summarize answers that have already been found. Graduate students and scientific researchers will find these chapters also point the way toward future investigations that are still urgently needed. Policymakers and graduate-level environmental policy students will also find much food for thought within this compendium.

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