• Hulme, M., 2009: Why We Disagree about Climate Change: Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity. Cambridge University Press, 392 pp.

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  • McNeeley, S. M., and Lazrus H. , 2014: The cultural theory of risk for climate change adaptation. Wea. Climate Soc., 6, 506519, doi:10.1175/WCAS-D-13-00027.1.

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Shannon M. McNeeleyNorth Central Climate Science Center, Natural Resources Ecology Lab, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado

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Corresponding author address: Shannon M. McNeeley, Ph.D., North Central Climate Science Center, Natural Resources Ecology Lab, NESB A309, Colorado State University, 1231 East Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80523. E-mail: shannon.mcneeley@colostate.edu; hlazrus@ucar.edu

Corresponding author address: Shannon M. McNeeley, Ph.D., North Central Climate Science Center, Natural Resources Ecology Lab, NESB A309, Colorado State University, 1231 East Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80523. E-mail: shannon.mcneeley@colostate.edu; hlazrus@ucar.edu

In McNeeley and Lazrus (2014), a production error resulted in the omission of a word at the end of Table 2 on p. 509. The last line of the table should read, “Nature capricious (fatalist): the climate system is inherently unpredictable.” Also, the reference in the Table 2 caption was identified incorrectly. It should be Hulme (2009), not Hulme (2010), as was originally published. The corrected table is shown on the following page.

Table 2.

Nature Myths about Climate. Adapted from Hulme (2009)’s Why We Disagree about Climate Change: Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity.

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  • Hulme, M., 2009: Why We Disagree about Climate Change: Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity. Cambridge University Press, 392 pp.

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  • McNeeley, S. M., and Lazrus H. , 2014: The cultural theory of risk for climate change adaptation. Wea. Climate Soc., 6, 506519, doi:10.1175/WCAS-D-13-00027.1.

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