2 record(s) found in 'August 2007'

  • DNA, 30 August 2007

The answers to the perils of climate change will come from intellectual innovation. The environmental problems facing the world and the depletion of natural resources in different regions of the planet require solutions with a strong intellectual content. A good example of this is the fact that it took the world at least a century-and-a-half to...

  • The Sydney Morning Herald, 10 August 2007

One of the most serious aspects of climate change is the equity dimensions of the problem. The largest responsibility for the increase in concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere lies with the developed countries, but the worst impacts and the highest vulnerability applies to several developing countries. The Asian megadeltas, which...