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Describing socioeconomic futures for climate change research and assessment
National Research Council (U.S.). Panel on Socioeconomic Scenarios for Climate Change Research and Assessment
|Statement||Panel on Socioeconomic Scenarios for Climate Change Research and Assessment, Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council of the National Academies|
|Contributions||National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, National Research Council (U.S.). Climate Research Committee, National Academies Press (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||QC902.8 .D47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||2011280572|
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Describing Socioeconomic Futures for Climate Change Research and Assessment reviews the state of science for considering socioeconomic changes over long time frames and clarifies definitions and concepts to facilitate communication across research communities.
The book also explores driving forces and key uncertainties that will affect impacts, adaptation, vulnerability and mitigation in the future. Buy Describing Socioeconomic Futures for Climate Change Research and Assessment: Report of a Workshop on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
Describing Socioeconomic Describing socioeconomic futures for climate change research and assessment book for Climate Change Research and Assessment explores the current state of science in scenario development and application, asserting that while little attention has been given to preparing quantitative and narrative socioeconomic information, advances in computing capacity are making development of such probabilistic scenarios a reality.
Panel on Socioeconomic Scenarios for Climate Change Research and Assessment, Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council of the National Academies.
Social and economic change in climate change impact assessment. Climate impact assessment is concerned with understanding changes in natural and socio-economic systems that may be attributed to anthropogenically caused changes in the by: In this paper we make an argument for the use of futures scenario approaches in climate impact assessment, both as a way of improving CIA (by systematically taking account of social change), and as a way of translating results of technical studies into a social reality that can be understood by policy.
climate change “is a key and fundamental step in assessment.” This means that an. adequate understanding of time, change and the dynamics in both climatic and in socio.
economic systems should become a sine qua non of all climate impact assessment. climate change and types of policies affect on the “reference” socioeconomic and environ-mental conditions described in the SSPs. Because SSPs do not include the effects of climate change and climate policy, they may not describe plausible assumptions for the future, but this is an intentional component of the by: 1.
Introduction. During recent decades, climate change has been one of Describing socioeconomic futures for climate change research and assessment book most discussed and studied future challenges.
The Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) has formed the central forum in coordinating and summing up the studies of climate change both as an atmospheric phenomena, and as relating to the assessments of the effects of climate change Cited by: The new scenario framework for climate change research envisions combining pathways of future radiative forcing and their associated climate changes with alternative pathways of socioeconomic development in order to carry out research on climate change impacts, adaptation, and mitigation.
Here we propose a conceptual framework for how to define and develop a set of Shared Socioeconomic Cited by: A suggestion for mapping the SRES illustrative scenarios onto the new scenarios framework of representative concentration pathways (RCPs) and shared socio-economic Describing socioeconomic futures for climate change research and assessment book (SSPs) is presented.
The mapping first compares storylines describing future socio-economic developments for SRES and by: Socioeconomic data for climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation assessment Alex de Sherbinin Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), The Earth Institute at Columbia University 3rd NCAR Community Workshop on GIS in Weather, Climate and Impacts 27‐29 October Overview 1.
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NRC () Panel on socioeconomic scenarios for climate change research and assessment, describing socioeconomic futures for climate change research and assessment: Report of a Workshop, National Research Council (NRC)Cited by: 2. Key challenges for using socio-economic scenarios for climate change analysis.
In this section we consider some of the major challenges in the use of socio-economic scenarios. Understanding these challenges is a precursor to identifying effective strategies for the development of new socio-economic scenarios for use in future by: Climate Change Vulnerability Data Book 5 MAPS AND DATA BY SECTOR INFORMATION INCLUDED IN THE DATABOOK This databook is intended as a resource for researchers and planners involved in understanding and developing responses to climate change in Sri Lanka.
It includes the complete set of climate changeFile Size: 3MB. and adaptation. Over the last several decades, the climate change research community has produced two widely-used sets of scenarios.
The development of a new scenario set is now underway. This volume reports on a novel and central component of this effort – the development of shared socio-economic development pathways (SSPs).Cited by: Impacts from climate change are happening now.
These impacts extend well beyond an increase in temperature, affecting ecosystems and communities in the United States and around the world. Things that we depend upon and value — water, energy, transportation, wildlife, agriculture, ecosystems, and human health — are experiencing the effects.
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The wider range of potential changes in global average temperature in the latest generation of climate model simulations used in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) current assessment – versus those in the previous assessment – is simply a result of considering more options for future human behavior.
Underlying Assumptions in Studies of SES and Family Life. An a priori assumption of most research on SES, family functioning, and human development is that social position influences families across time, and that socioeconomic disadvantage has negative consequences for adults and children (e.g., Conger et al., ; Haas, ).This underlying tenet represents an Cited by: Despite these challenges, for the first time in an official U.S.
Global Change Research Program report, this assessment uses model weighting to refine future climate change projections (see also Appendix B: Weighting Strategy). 97 The weighting approach is unique: it takes into account the interdependence of individual climate models as well as.
Major Impacts: Climate Change. Compass Resource Management, May 1 2. Climate Change Impacts on Biodiversity Overview There is growing consensus in the scientific community that climate change is occurring.
Research summarized in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) ThirdFile Size: KB. The second, an excerpt from the report Climate Change Futures: Health, Ecological and Economic Dimensions (Center for Health and the Global Environment, ), introduces a “multidimensional assessment” incorporating trend analysis, case studies, and scenarios that focus on health, ecological, and economic impacts of climate change.
This. Climate change poses a major, and largely unfamiliar, challenge. This publication describes the process of global climate change, its current and future impacts on human health, and how our societies can lessen those adverse impacts, via adaptation strategies and by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
2. Material and Methods. The combination of a spatially detailed bio-physical/agronomic assessment tool and a global food system model provides an integrated ecological–economic framework for the assessment of the impacts of climate change and agricultural vulnerability (figure 1).The focus has been on analysing the current and future Cited by: Climate change could affect our society through impacts on a number of different social, cultural, and natural resources.
For example, climate change could affect human health, infrastructure, and transportation systems, as well as energy, food, and water supplies. Some groups of people will likely face greater challenges than others. From the national debt and housing market to climate change and military spending, here are the top 10 predictions that may affect the United States and your own personal economy over the next decade.
The Federal Reserve predicts that economic growth, as measured by gross domestic product, will slow to % in U.S. Global Change Research Program A Scientific Assessment 5 • Climate change is a significant threat to the health of the American people.
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The Need for and Use of Socio-Economic Scenarios for Climate Change Analysis: A New Approach Based on Shared Socio-Economic Pathways Article in Global Environmental Change 22(4) October Currently UB has numerous faculty involved in research in climate change and socioeconomic impacts, in non-connected programs, in a variety of departments.
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