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The Science And Politics Of Global Climate Change: A Guide To The Debate By Andrew E. Dessler Edward A. Parson,

  • Title: The Science And Politics Of Global Climate Change: A Guide To The Debate
  • Author: Andrew E. Dessler Edward A. Parson
  • ISBN: 9780521831703
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Climate variability has become the primary environmental concern of the 21st Century Yet, despite the scientific community s warnings of the imminent dangers of global warming, politicians world wide have failed to agree on what to do about this potentially devastating environmental problem This introductory primer informs scientists, policy makers and the general publicClimate variability has become the primary environmental concern of the 21st Century Yet, despite the scientific community s warnings of the imminent dangers of global warming, politicians world wide have failed to agree on what to do about this potentially devastating environmental problem This introductory primer informs scientists, policy makers and the general public by clarifying the conflicting claims of the debate.
    The Science And Politics Of Global Climate Change A Guide To The Debate Climate variability has become the primary environmental concern of the st Century Yet despite the scientific community s warnings of the imminent dangers of global warming politicians world wide

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    1. A highly readable introduction to predictably the science and politics behind climate change, Dessler and Parson present a comprehensive overview of the issue s contours and significance Written before the IPCC released their Fourth Assessment Report, and therefore lacking a degree of currency enjoyed by recent publications, their book covers the terrain of climate skepticism, risk assessment, the state of international cooperation pre COP15 , and theories of science If you re looking to gain a [...]

    2. Now this book is a decent introduction into the state of scientific knowledge about climate trends as well as the politics surrounding the issue It is a sober, non shrill discussion of what we think we know, how we know it, and what we might expect in the future I have one serious complaint At one point the authors reproduce the ever popular graph that shows C02 levels and temperature trending together over the last several hundred thousand years The authors point out that it is likely that the [...]

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