Professor of Climate and Culture in the Department of Geography at King's College London
The world would be better off fighting the consequences of climate change - hunger, storm damage and disease - rather than spending billions of pounds trying to stabilise CO2 emissions across the planet
Roger Pielke Jr.
American political scientist and Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder
According to the authors, “climate policy makers continue to focus on energy policy as the primary means to address future climate impacts. The approach is simply doomed to fail. Why has the idea of adaptation been so neglected?