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Gestion du problème de changement climatique

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  • Aida Nefzi Bouzidi

    () (laboratoire de recherche quantitative du développement - LAREQUAD - UTM - Université Tunis El Manar)

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Climate change is characterized by large uncertainties. Therefore, we formulate the main question of our paper: how to account for uncertainties in the decision to prevent climate change? The economics of environment and natural resources would help us to establish an economic thinking, able to reflect the many dimensions of the problem.

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  • Aida Nefzi Bouzidi, 2009. "Gestion du problème de changement climatique," Post-Print hal-00476277, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00476277
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