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Treaty Forcing: Will International Commitments Ever Control Climate Forcing?

Treaty Forcing This paper introduces the idea of “treaty forcing” in order to juxtapose the process of international treaty negotiation with the concept of climate forcing that is the mainstay of the scientific account of global climate change. Treaty forcing … Continue reading

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Black holes of risk Volume I: The Ubiquity of Risk – updated and on Amazon

Black Holes of Risk By William Leiss Collected Papers on Risk Management, 1995-2017 Volume I:  The Ubiquity of Risk 382 Pages November 2017 Preface by Ortwin Renn Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/Black-Holes-Risk-Collected-Management-ebook/dp/B0773YDSKF/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1509722523&sr=1-1&keywords=leiss+black+holes+of+risk (Also available on Amazon.ca and other Amazon markets) Table of contents … Continue reading

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