At head of title: Global Climate Change Information Programme.
|Statement||written by Michael Harper,Paula Owen & Gayle Reed.|
|Contributions||Owen, Paula., Reed, Gayle., Atmospheric Research and Information Centre.|
Jan 02, · Based on a detailed examination of major UN global climate change and sustainable development negotiated outcomes over the course of several decades, this book focuses on two global development challenges faced by the UN and its member states: access to sustainable energy for all, and global climate kauainenehcp.com: Susan Hussein. Aug 03, · In this book, Lynas draws on scientific research on climate change to predict how the planet will be affected by each degree of temperature rise. Author: Concepción de León. This is a list of climate change books that describe, as a major theme, the effects of human activity on climate change. Climate change is a significant and lasting change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods ranging from decades to millions of years. It may be a change in average weather conditions, or in the distribution of weather around the average conditions (i.e., more or fewer extreme weather events).
Why Scientists Disagree on Global Warming (Arlington Heights, IL: Pub. for the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change by the Heartland Institute, c), by Craig D. Idso, R. M. Carter, and S. Fred Singer (PDF with commentary at kauainenehcp.com). Global Climate Change Convergence of Disciplines by Arnold J. Bloom “Professor Bloom has created the definitive textbook on climate change. It is comprehensive, well-written and organized—and timely. Bloom’s book will inform and inspire a generation of students confronting the most urgent. Jul 29, · A golden oldie, The End of Nature by US-scholar and long-term climate activist Bill McKibben, is said to be the first non-scientific book on global warming. It . Global Climate Change A Primer (Book): Pilkey, Orrin H.: An internationally recognized expert on the geology of barrier islands, Orrin H. Pilkey is one of the rare academics who engages in public advocacy about science-related issues. He has written dozens of books and articles explaining coastal processes to lay readers, and he is a frequent and outspoken interviewee in the mainstream media.
These explanations are accompanied by Mary Edna Fraser’s batiks depicting the large-scale arenas in which climate change plays out.” — Times Higher Education “If the last two summers haven’t convinced you of climate change, perhaps a new book by Orrin and Keith Pilkey, Global Climate Change: a . Note: I’ve stuck to fiction books about climate change for this Read Harder post because there are just so many interesting, well-written novels about climate issues. I also find that reading fiction is a productive way to unpack anxiety about climate change (if, like me, you feel a lot of anxiety about climate change!).Author: Kathleen Keenan. Mar 25, · Feeling better is definitely not what's going happen if you read The Uninhabitable Earth or a second new book on climate change, Losing Earth: A . Earth’s climate is now changing faster than at any point in the history of modern civilization, primarily as a result of human activities. Global climate change has already resulted in a wide range of impacts across every region of the country and many sectors of the economy .