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Climate Change Demands New Decision-Making Strategies by National Leaders. - Skeptical Science

Climate Change Demands New Decision-Making Strategies by National Leaders. - Skeptical Science

Climate Change Demands New Decision-Making Strategies by National Leaders. Posted on 24 October 2011 by John Hartz This is a reprint of a news release posted by the World Resources Institute on Oct 17, 2011. WRI, UNDP, UNEP and World Bank release major report: Decision Making in a Changing Climate In light of recent extreme weather events, as well as long-term disruptions related to climate change, a major new report calls for different approaches to decision making by national leaders. The report, entitled Decision Making in a Changing Climate , explores challenges and offers recommendations for national-level government officials to make informed and effective decisions to respond to the changing climate. The report, produced by the World Resources Institute, UNDP, UNEP, and the World Bank, is the latest edition of the influential World Resources Report . “Climate change...

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