Cover: Managing Risk with Climate Vulnerability Science

Managing Risk with Climate Vulnerability Science

Published in: Nature Climate Change, v. 3, Commentary, July 2013, p. 607-609

Posted on Jul 1, 2013

by Paul C. Stern, Kristie L. Ebi, Robin Leichenko, Richard Stuart Olson, J. D. Steinbruner, Robert J. Lempert

Climate information alone cannot be sufficient for anticipating and reducing climate impacts. Enhanced vulnerability science is needed, including local to global monitoring, to support effective anticipatory efforts to increase societal resilience to potentially disruptive events.

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