Climate change and environmental exodus
Massimo Scalia is a well known exponent of the Italian “Scientific Environmentalism” and a leader of the antinuclear movement. As member of the Chamber of deputies for the Greens (1987 – 2001) he has promoted the definitive closure of nuclear plants and the laws for saving energy and renewables. In addition to his scientific papers on Stability and Dynamical Systems he has a vast number of publications about the themes of the link energy/climate change and of the ecological reconversion of economy and society.
Aurelio Angelini, Francesca Farioli, Gianni Mattioli e Massimo Scalia (2015), Le due crisi: crisi del capitalismo e crisi ambientale. Una soluzione sostenibile? Culture della Sostenibilità, 16, pp.95 – 114;
Massimo Scalia, Aurelio Angelini et al. (2016), The chariots of Pharaoh at the Red Sea. The crises of capitalism and of environment. A modest proposal towards sustainability, Culture della Sostenibilità, numero speciale, pp. 1-66.
Jo-Ellen Parry, Anne Hammill and John Drexhage (2005), Climate Change and Adaptation, http://www.iisd.org/;
Anthony J. McMichael, Andrew Haines (1997), Global climate change: the potential effects on health, BMJ, 315, pp.805 – 09;
Rafael Reuveny (2007), Climate change-induced migration and violent conﬂict, Political Geography, 26, pp.656 – 73;
IPCC (2014), The Fifth Assessment Report, Adaptation, https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar5/