21 pages , Island Press , 2013-02-05 On September 21, 2011, David Roberts participated in The National Climate Seminar, a series of webinars sponsored by Bard College’s Center for Environmental Policy. The online seminars provide a forum for leading scientists, writers, and other experts to talk about critical issues regarding climate change. The series also opens a pu...[Read More]
251 pages , Cambridge University Press , 1997-09-18 Describes the scientific evidence for global warming and its likely consequences, and considers the political implications and what governments, businesses, and individuals can do about the phenomenon and the issues it evokes
204 pages , iUniverse , 2007-12 Affecting millions of people worldwide, global warming is one of today's most timely and vital topics. It's an issue that's been studied, written about, and debated by scientists and lay people alike. But in Beyond Global Warming, engineer John Durbin Husher argues that we have an even bigger problem on our hands-and shows us what we need ...[Read More]
191 pages , Heritage House Publishing Co , 2009 Cocktail Party Guide to Global Warming explains the basics of global warming in clear, objective language. Whether you need help sorting facts from sensationalism or want to have an informed opinion about the most important conversation going on today, Cocktail Party Guide to Global Warming delivers the goods. Drawing on sc...[Read More]
260 pages , Rowman & Littlefield Publishers , 2007 Argues that global warming is a natural, cyclical phenomenon that has not been caused by human activities and that its negative consequences have been greatly overestimated.
554 pages , 1990 In this report commissioned by Greenpeace, a group of leading scientists and energy analysts from all over the world explain the scientific data available on the risks of global warming. The report assesses the implications of the data and outline the policies needed to overcome the problem.
Cambridge University Press , 2011-03-10 Global warming is one of today's greatest challenges. The science of climate change leaves no doubt that policies to cut emissions are overdue. Yet, after twenty years of international talks and treaties, the world is now in gridlock about how best to do this. David Victor argues that such gridlock has arisen because international talks ha...[Read More]
438 pages , Cambridge University Press , 2009-04-16 John Houghton explores the scientific basis of global warming and the likely impacts of climate change on human society, then addresses the question of what action might be taken by governments, industry, and by individuals to mitigate the effects.
203 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 2012 Archer's Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast2nd Edition, is the first real text to present thescience and policy surrounding climate change at the right level.Accompanying videos, simulations and instructional support makes iteasier to build a syllabus to improve and create new material onclimate change. Archer's polished writi...[Read More]
340 pages , Infobase Publishing , 2009 Examines case studies from the United States, Brazil, Australia, Germany, and China on the topic of global warming focusing on each country's impact on its industry, and what steps have now been taken to provide a lasting future.
308 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2013-06-18 This book analyses the deep interaction between the worldâ€™s environmental crises, energy production, conversion and use, and global regulation policies. Bringing together experts from a wide range of scientific fields, it offers the reader a broad scope of knowledge on such topics as: climate change and ex...[Read More]