WITH SPEED AND VIOLENCE: Why Scientists Fear Tipping Points in Climate Change

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Well-documented and terrifying review of the scientific evidence supporting claims that Earth teeters on the edge of a climactic precipice.Pearce (When the Rivers Run Dry, 2006, etc.) begins by dismissing the argument that global-warming claims are "empty rhetoric." Each ensuing chapter describes a specific tipping point—an indicator that dramatic climate change may be around the corner, possibly ... Read full review

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EVERYONE should read this book! Easy to read short chapters, Pearce makes a wealth of scientific information accessible and readable for anybody interested in the future of our home planet, and of our lives.

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