FORENSIC ASSESSMENT OF RETROSPECT ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY STRATEGIES FOR DECISION-DRIVEN TRANS-DISCIPLINARY GIS APPLIED MITIGATION, ADAPTATION AND RESPONSE ADDRESSING EMERGING CHALLENGIES.
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The need to address the impacts on the economy, human and the environment from climate’s emerging challenges has become increasingly pressing with rapid advances in innovative technologies that now result or threaten exponential effects of serious harm to the aquatic, terrestrial and atmospheric environment through pollution, climate change and biodiversity extinction removed link This could be achieved using plethora of measures such as adapting global systems (like public transport infrastructure), based upon projections (e.g. population) that are more likely attainable given current knowledge but can only take place when implemented according to available resources.
The Future of Environmental Science Research - Proceedings of an IAGTA workshop hosted by Professor Alan Koonzhuis at Cambridge University's Department Of Education & Social Work to discuss ongoing research problems pertaining both climate change and geoengineering/climate disruption scenarios with recent developments such as 'Geoengineering is not good enough' or 'geotoxicity has crossed a red line', while also presenting some new knowledge from contemporary geosciences regarding global warming models, have revealed effective uses cases and applications that relate to improving methods of environmental policies impacts determination and creating enhanced procedures for trend identification to establish superior quality environment in the future.
This project seeks to holistically investigate the additive/cumulative impacts of the historic environmental polices using GIS and factoring various aspects of cross-disciplinary domains that directly intersect with the causes and effect of the various environmental challenges and solutions.