Global warming is the most important science issue of the 21st century, challenging the very structure of our global society.
I leave you with thoughts of redesigning our global community and with the slogan my wife dreamt up for the UCL Environment Institute, because we really do need . . . Cool solutions for a hotter world.
Global Warming: A Very Short Introduction is an informative, up to date discussion about the predicted impacts of global warming. It draws on material from the recent report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a huge collaborative study drawing together current thinking on the subject from experts in a range of disciplines, and presents the findings of the panel for a general readership for the first time. The book also discusses the politics of global warming and what we can do now to adapt to climate change and mitigate its worst effects.
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"Global Warming provides readers with clear and essential information needed to define, understand, and research this important topic. From the greenhouse effect to fossil fuels and the Industrial Revolution to growing evidence of global warming, this volume fairly addresses all sides of the issues."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)