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AUTHOR(S)
Hammill, Anne; Tanner, Thomas
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
OECD Environment Working Papers;7/29/2011, Issue 36/37, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Working Paper
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Abstract
ABSTRACT
An abstract for the paper which analyzed tools that are focused on screening for climate change risks and for facilitating adaptation is presented.
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65918805

 

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