The scientific consensus on climate change in the origins of human activities has begun to influence the law and company policies. Suitable for MBA and undergraduate students, this is a compilation of technical note, a three-part series of the same name (UVA-ENT-0036, -0037, and -0038) replaces International concern about global climate change in the late 20th Century began when scientists saw a correlation between rising atmospheric concentrations of certain gases, human activities emi … Read more »

The scientific consensus on climate change in the origins of human activities has begun to influence the law and company policies. Suitable for MBA and undergraduate students, this is a compilation of technical note, a three-part series of the same name (UVA-ENT-0036, -0037, and -0038) replaces International concern about global climate change in the late 20th Century began when scientists saw a correlation between rising atmospheric concentrations of certain gases, human activities that emit these gases, and an unusual increase in the global ambient temperature readings. The scientific community was of international policy makers, which have grown concerned about reports of the effects of climate change in the area of ​​melting of the polar ice caps to regional flooding, drought and extreme weather events-had connected. While a small number of scientists disagree, most researchers recommend that prudence to protect human contributions to air pollutants that cause reduce the greenhouse effect requires.
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Andrea Larson,
Mark Meier
14 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 31, 2010. Prod #: UV5320-PDF-ENG
HBR case climate change solution

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