ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE - SERBIAN SCENARIO
Abstract: Anthropogenic factors joined the astronomical and geophysical generators of climate change at the beginning of industrialization in the second half of the 18th century. Human action has resulted in accelerated climate change which, due to its huge negative impact on civilization and the human community, deserves a serious approach. It is a global problem that, however, manifests itself at the regional, national and local levels. During strategic planning and practical action in the field of agriculture, water management, forestry, energy, ecology, protection of human health, etc. climate change is crucial. The aim of the authors is to, after reviewing and detailed analysis of climate change in Serbia, point out possible directions of action in order to increase the adaptive potential of our society, and reduce the negative impacts.
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