restricted access   Volume 82, Number 3, Fall 2015

Table of Contents

Endangered Scholars Worldwide

pp. v-xxi


Editor’s Introduction

pp. xxiii-xxiv

Part I: Psychological Factors and Social Change

Introduction Selling Reason: The Social Science Contribution to Saving the Planet from Lethal Climate Change

pp. 557-559

Climate Change Demands Behavioral Change: What Are the Challenges?

pp. 561-580

Simple Mental Models for Informing Climate Choices

pp. 581-606

Resistance to Change: A Social Psychological Perspective

pp. 607-636

Experimental Insights: Testing Climate Change Cooperation in the Lab

pp. 637-651

Part II: The Physical City and the Challenge of Infrastructure

Structures of Coastal Resilience: Designs for Climate Change

pp. 655-671

Adapting to Climate Change: Rising Sea Levels, Limiting Risks

pp. 673-680

Rebuilding in Place after the Flood: Does Law Provide an Answer?

pp. 681-687

What Is Stopping the Renewable Energy Transformation and What Can the US Government Do?

pp. 689-710

Part III: Keynote Address

How to Unleash Climate Action: Values, Politics, and the Inevitability of the Clean Energy Future

pp. 713-724

Part IV: Money and Politics

Climate Change Demands We Change. Why Aren’t We?: An Economic Perspective

pp. 727-747

NatureVest: Natural Capital Investment Solutions to Transform The Way We Protect Nature

pp. 749-760

Global Warming’s Unlikely Antidote: Why Capital Markets Hold the Key to Addressing Climate Change

pp. 761-781

Part V: Difficult Choices


pp. 785-789

Two Cheers for Climate Justice

pp. 791-809

MAD (Mutually Assured Destruction) for Our Time?

pp. 811-819

Building Climate Justice and Reducing Industrial Waterfront Vulnerability

pp. 821-838

Design Meets Science in a Changing Climate: A Case for Regional Thinking to Address Urban Coastal Resilience

pp. 839-857

Notes on Contributors

pp. 859-861