256 pages , 2013-11-01 Like his talk show, this autobiography delivers more than the everyday - it's honest, informative and insightful - and is in Leighton's trademark style. For nearly 30 years, one voice has dominated the airwaves of New Zealand morning radio, sometimes infuriating his audience but always challenging it to embrace the concepts of individual responsibility, hi...[Read More]
272 pages , Basic Books , 2010-09-28 Why has the world been unable to address global warming? Science policy expert Roger Pielke, Jr., says it's not the fault of those who reject the Kyoto Protocol, but those who support it, and the magical thinking that the agreement represents. In The Climate Fix, Pielke offers a way to repair climate policy, shifting the debate away f...[Read More]
312 pages , Beacon Press , 2007-03-15 Nature is fragile, environmentalists often tell us. But the lesson of this book is that it is not so. The truth is far more worrying. Nature is strong and packs a serious counterpunch . . . Global warming will very probably unleash unstoppable planetary forces. And they will not be gradual. The history of our planet's climate shows t...[Read More]
308 pages , MIT Press (MA) , 1971-01 Results of a 3-week intensive examination of the present and potential climatic effects of man's activities by 30 of the world's leading atmospheric scientists from 14 countries.
Cambridge University Press , 2006-06-12 Edited by Bjørn Lomborg, this abridged version of the highly acclaimed Global Crises, Global Solutions provides a serious yet accessible springboard for debate and discussion on the world's most serious problems, and what we can do to solve them. In a world fraught with problems and challenges, we need to gauge how to achieve the greatest...[Read More]
Technologies and strategies for addressing global warming hearing before the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, first session, July 17, 1991