Values, risks and vulnerability in small island developing states
This paper will consider the policy options available to decision-makers in small island developing states (SIDS). While recognising the disproportionate influence of government officials within most societies, consideration will also be given to the role of individuals. This will be of particular significance in relation to value judgements, unequal risk and vulnerability across societies. Furthermore, attention will be drawn to the extent to which SIDS are exposed to risks that originate...[Show more]
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