The Rough Guide to Climate Change

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Rough Guides, 2006 - Science - 341 pages
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The Rough Guide to Climate Change is a complete, unbiased guide to one of the most pressing problems facing humanity. From the current situation and back ground science to the government sceptics and possible solutions, this book covers the whole subject. The guide looks at: Visible symptoms of change from a warming planet How global warming works. The evolution of our atmosphere over the last 4.5 billion years What computer simulations of climate reveal about our past, present, and future The sceptics: Who are they? What are their grounds for disagreeing with the crowd? Battle of the titans: The oil industry vs. the global commons Global warming in the media: A review of the last few decades. Global solutions: What governments and scientists are doing to try and solve the problem Plus much, more. The guide also includes lifestyle advice and tips for consumers who want to make a difference in tomorrow's climate, and comes complete with a gloassary of websites for further information.

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User Review  - poolays - LibraryThing

This a fascinating reference book on a complex subject. I have not read it cover to cover, but find it interesting to read and concepts are well explained. I learn a bit more every time I pick it up. Read full review

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User Review  - Nicola Higgins - Goodreads

A good grounding in the basics, although starting to feel a little dated. Read full review

Contents

The greenhouse effect
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The symptoms
41
Floods droughts
55
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