This series provides a definitive overview of recent research in all matters relating to Energy, the Environment, and Climate Change in the Social Sciences, forming a comprehensive guide to the subject. Covering a broad range of research areas including energy policy, the global socio-political impacts of climate change, and environmental economics, this series aims to produce prestigious, high quality works of lasting significance. Each Handbook will consist of original contributions by leading authors, selected by an editor recognised as an international leader within the field. Taking an international approach, these Handbooks emphasise both the widening of the current debates within the field, and an indication of how research within the field will develop in the future.
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