Social Science and Climate Change

2003 flood of Somerset Levels

Floods, Politics and Science: The Case of the Somerset Levels

Feel-good interventions that don’t provide a practical good, or at least one not supported by evidence, generate questions that hinge specifically on future responses to climate change and more broadly on government decision-making in general.

6 years ago
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Weekly Overview of Social Science News

The struggle to teach social science in Asia, the role of social science in preparing for climate change, and much more in this week’s Social Science News.

8 years ago
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