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Maritime transport and the climate change challenge
Asariotis, R.; Benamara, H. (Ed.) (2012). Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. Earthscan: Abingdon. ISBN 978-1-84971-238-5. xxvii, 327 pp.

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    VLIZ: Environmental Management EQC106 [237275]

Keywords
    Climatic changes; Maritime transport; Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Asariotis, R., editor
  • Benamara, H., editor

Content
  • Rahmstorf, S. (2012). Climate change: state of the science, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 3-11, more
  • Centurelli, R.; Gül, T. (2012). The World energy outlook 2012: where is the world heading after Copenhagen?, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 12-31, more
  • Lees, R.M. (2012). The impacts of a world in transformation on the prospects for maritime transport, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 32-41, more
  • Kopp, A. (2012). Transport costs, trade and climate change, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 42-57, more
  • Vladu, I.F.; Hackmann, B. (2012). International maritime transport under the UNFCCC process, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 61-74, more
  • Chrysostomou, A.; Vågslid, E.S. (2012). Climate change: a challenge for IMO too, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 75-111, more
  • Stochniol, A. (2012). A rebate mechanism for an equitable maritime emission reduction scheme, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 112-147, more
  • Davidson, M.D.; Faber, J. (2012). Market-based instruments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships: taxonomy and assessment, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 148-164, more
  • Crist, P. (2012). Mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from shipping: potential, cost and strategies, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 165-205, more
  • Hinchliffe, P. (2012). International shipping and climate change, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 209-213, more
  • Gunton, P. (2012). Controlling greenhouse gases: for love or money?, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 214-224, more
  • Inoue, S. (2012). Climate initiatives of the world's ports, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 225-240, more
  • Hanson, S.; Nicholls, R.J. (2012). Extreme flood events and port cities through the twenty-first century: implications of climate change and other drivers, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 243-265, more
  • Savonis, M.J.; Meyers, A.; Potter, J.R. (2012). Climate change and ports in America's Gulf Coast: Planning for change, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 266-285, more
  • Rossouw, M.; Theron, A. (2012). Investigation of potential climate change impacts on ports and maritime operations around the southern African coast, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 286-304, more
  • Vellinga, T.; de Jong, M. (2012). Approach to climate change adaptation in the Port of Rotterdam, in: Asariotis, R. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and the climate change challenge. pp. 305-319, more

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