Climate Change

February 4, 2008 at 8:57 am Leave a comment

Climate change is as political as it is scientific. If people’s actions rather than natural phenomena are responsible for climate change, will altering our behaviour make any difference? This book looks at the debate about global warming, as well as at the causes and effects of climate change and their implications for the future.

The information in this book comes from a range of sources and includes government reports and statistics, newspaper articles, magazine features, surveys, and literature from lobby groups and charitable organisations.

You can read more about this book on the publisher’s website; you can buy it there, or on Amazon.

Editors: Cobi Smith and Lisa Firth
Publisher: Independence Educational Publishers
ISBN: 978 1 86168 424 0
Published: January 2008


Entry filed under: climate change, economy, england, environment, science.

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