Global environmental change: understanding the human dimensions
Paul C. Stern, Oran R. Young, Daniel Druckman, National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on the Human Dimensions of Global Change
National Academy Press, 1992 - Nature - 308 pages
1. Prologue -- 2. Global change and social science -- 3. Human causes of global change -- 4. Human consequences and responses -- 5. Problems of theory and method -- 6. Data needs -- 7. Human resources and organizational structures -- 8. A National research program on the human dimensions of global change.
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