The science, politics and economics of climate change

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2018-03-12
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Al-Quds University
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This lecture discusses how climate change is considered an ongoing global multi-faceted problem that is impacting or projected to disrupt not just the climate but our way of life. It discusses not only how solid the evidence is for climate change but also how the dominant economic ideology, politics of resource ownership and human health is impacted in a rapidly changing climate. Finally, individual and collective action both globally and in Palestine are discussed.
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climate change, economics, politics, science
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