The role of human dimensions of natural resources and risk communication in mitigation efforts during flood recovery : a Lyons, Colorado case study
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In December 2015 during the 21st conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, virtually all the nations agreed on the existence of anthropogenic climate change, the need for a decrease in carbon emissions, and a responsibility to help mitigate its effects (Watt, 2015). It is widely accepted that climate change is a global phenomenon caused by humans that impacts people and will continue to do so (Vitousek, 1997). Until recently, research efforts have focused primarily on identifying human causes of climate change and affecting behaviors that aid in ...