Global Warning: The Last Chance for Change
A thought-provoking, visual study of global warming examines the potential ramifications of long-term climate change on the planet's fragile ecosystems, as well as on human society, drawing the latest scientific research to examine the causes of the environmental catastrophe, the economic and political issues involved, and ways to help prevent or reduce its effects.
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