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Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies for Climate Change
A successful international treaty able to mitigate global climate change (CC) (by reducing GHG emissions or protecting forest sinks) will depend upon earnest cooperation from major responsible nations. However, so far, most national mitigation efforts have been weak to non-existent. There is a crucial need to understand the underlying factors in society that facilitate or hinder national mitigation efforts and treaty compliance. The research project Comparing Climate Change Policy Networksdoi:10.1007/978-4-431-99798-6_13 fatcat:ugnr3dcygnexzcr5bj67v33bda