Coordination Failure and Opportunistic Behavior Results in Climate Chaos

Jan-Erik Lane

Abstract


IT IS very much astonishing that no policy or management strategy is forthcoming towards the new theory of climate change. Up to 2030, the living conditions for people will change to the worse, as the social systems face much less degrees of freedom in relation to nature at large in terms of agriculture, potable water, forests, sea level rise, ocean acidification, etc. Climate change will enter a run away stage, from which there is no return—Hawking irreversibility. Natural science cannot explain this defeatism, but major model in the social sciences account for the collective action problematic. Only country resilience remains when coordination fails, but many countries are extremely vulnerable. Millions will die.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22158/rem.v3n3p187

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