The Global Warming Survival Kit: The Must-have Guide to Overcoming Extreme Weather, Power Cuts, Food Shortages and Other Climate Change Disasters

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Doubleday, 2007 - Emergency management - 264 pages
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Climate change is upon us. Make no mistake: disasters such as Hurricane Katrina are the tip of a rapidly melting iceberg. While we must still press our governments to take action to mitigate the most extreme effects of global warming, it is now beyond doubt that prevention will not be enough. We clearly need to plan for the worst. But good advice is hard to come by - until now.

The Global Warming Survival Kit includes:

- Where to live to minimize the impact of climate change.

- How to get drinkable water when the taps run dry.

- What to eat to stay alive in town and country.

- Essential survival equipment to keep ready.

We can all hope that the worst scenario won't happen - but it's easier to be secure in that hope if you are well prepared.

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Brian Clegg was educated at Manchester Grammar School and read Natural Sciences at Cambridge, specialising in experimental physics. He spent a year at Lancaster University gaining a second MA in Operational Research and then joined British Airways, where he worked for 17 years on a wide range of projects. In 1994 he launched a new career providing creativity consultancy to corporations and writing for magazines and books. His clients have included BA, Smith Kline Beecham, the BBC, the Treasury and the Met Office. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is also the editor of the successful www.popularscience.co.uk book review site. Brian Clegg lives in a Wiltshire village with his wife and two children.

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