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Climate Change Impacts Will be Pervasive (pp. 371-376) $45.00
Authors:  Michael C. MacCracken
Abstract:
Climate change and associated impacts will affect
everything and everyone—the young and the old, the
healthy and the infirmed, the rich and the poor, some by a
little and some by a lot. While some of the changes, like
more intense heat waves, will affect us directly, many of
the impacts are likely to be experienced through impacts on
the natural world on which we depend. Although
preparation and adaptation can moderate some of the
impacts, new ones are likely to arise as the global energy
system is changed to limit emissions of the gases and
aerosols that cause climate change. A few of the changes
may lead to local opportunities and gains, but many are
likely to result in negative consequences, many arising
because the extremes that already impose costs will occur
more frequently and be even further from the norms to
which society and the environment have become reasonably
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