Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia
Climate change is the greatest ecological, economic, and social challenge of our time. Climate change research over many years shows links between human activities and warming of the atmosphere and oceans. This warming has caused changes to the climate system, such as changes in rain and wind patterns, and reductions in Arctic sea ice. Climate change adaptation involves taking action to adapt to climate change and to plan and prepare for the risk of future change. Climate change mitigation refers to actions that aim to limit greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, either by reducing emissions or by increasing the amount of carbon dioxide stored in natural sinks.
Editors: Helen Cleugh, Mark Stafford Smith, Michael Battaglia, and Paul Graham. 2011. Climate Change: Science and Solutions for Australia. CSIRO PUBLISHING, 168 pp.