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Title: Future losses
Authors: Chaudhuri, Sriroop
Roy, Mimi
Keywords: Climate change
Environmental research
Environmental policymaking
Issue Date: 26-Apr-2017
Publisher: The Telegraph
Citation: Chaudhuri, S. & Roy, M. (April 26, 2017) Future losses. The Telegraph
Description: Nothing has influenced the course of environmental research and policymaking in recent times more than climate change. Climatic perturbations have even begun dictating the global job market. And some believe it is for the better for now. This school of thought fancies that climate change has given rise to a parallel employment sector by way of devising varied mitigation and adaptation strategies. Even a superficial glimpse reveals that the number of job advertisements listed in the electronic media in the past decade or so under water/air/agriculture/forestry/food/biodiversity/conservation-related R&D positions have been overwhelming. Climate change has also led to the creation of specialized titles
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