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Climate Change: An Environmental and Economic Challenge

  • Lamia BoukayaEmail author
  • Sahar Saoud
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Intelligent Transportation and Infrastructure book series (LNITI)

Abstract

This paper sheds light on the ecological transition phenomenon by suggesting a sustainable development model that demonstrates the different variables that impact the climate which in return suggests actions that ensures a renewal in our way of consuming, producing, working and living together. The paper then explains the factors that prevent the ecological transition in Morocco because the protection of the environment is conditioned by the implementation of preventive and corrective actions in order to remedy the harmful effects of overusing the existing natural resources. Then we explain the model that we will use to quantify and analyse the different weather variables. The first part is dedicated to explaining the components of economical model as well as the tools used in our research, the second part is dedicated to decorticating the model and its underlying mechanisms, and the last part explains the fuzzy logic behind it.

Keywords

Ecological transition Fuzzy logic theory The SES Human behaviour Natural resources Sustainable development Environment Climate change Economic challenge Climatic and non-climatic variable Health Biological diversity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.École Nationale de Commerce de GestionAgadirMorocco

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