Climate Change, An International Perspecitve; Science, Art, and Activism (ARCTIC 391)
Students from across the University of Washington with interests in the Arctic and international studies collaborated to evaluate the scientific, geographic, and social context necessary for mitigating the ecological and human impacts of global climate change.
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- Implementation of a carbon tax: The Canadian precedent, by Elizabeth Mayer
- Unsustainability in climate policy: Climate change policies in the era of rising nationalism/populism, by Ramiro Steinmann Petrasso
- Climate change and human health in the Arctic: Recommendations for the Arctic Council, by Kiana Rhani