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Title: The Implications Of Climate Change For The Environment Agency
Author: Resources Management Environmental
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: Environment Agency Project ID:EAPRJOUT_364, Representation ID: 94, Object ID: 1708
Abstract:
Climate change is a theme which covers a great many aspects of the Environment Agency’s activities. The following structure has been used in this report to set out the different facets of this subject. Emphasis has been placed on possible response options and decision making for climate change strategies under uncertainty. - a description of the Agency, its responsibilities and remit for different environmental resources/issues is given in Section 2; - a description of the political context of the emissions reduction agenda and the range of UK responses is outlined in Section 3; - a description of the global and regional climatology issues is outlined in Section 4; - human activities and emissions in the UK and the resulting pressure on the environment is addressed in Section 4; - impacts resulting from climate change are addressed in Section 5; - response options for emissions reductions and impacts management open to the Agency are discussed in Sections 6 to 8.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Subject Keywords: LakesSurface waterCoastal watersEnvironmental protectionClimate changeBrackishwater environmentFreshwater ecologyMarine environment
Extent: 180
Permalink: http://www.environmentdata.org/archive/ealit:4331
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