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Climate change : the facts

Author: Alan J Moran
Publisher: Woodsville, New Hampshire : Stockade Books, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Climate change has become a dominant theme of global politics. But it seems that no one really understands global warming as it prepares to enter its third decade. In this collection of essays, leading scientists and commentators from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia consider the climate from every angle: the science, the policy and the politics.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alan J Moran
ISBN: 9780986398308 0986398306
OCLC Number: 917131743
Notes: "First published by the Institute of Public Affairs, Melbourne, Victoria"--Title page verso.
Description: vi, 336 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Contents: The science of climate change --
The science and politics of climate change / Ian Plimer --
Why climate models are failing / Patrick J. Michaels --
Global warming, models and language / Richard S. Lindzen --
Sun shunned / Willie Soon --
The scientific context / Robert M. Carter --
Forecasting rain / John Abbot & Jennifer Marohasy --
The economics and politics of climate change --
Cool it : an essay on climate change / Nigel Lawson --
Costing climate change / Alan Moran --
Experts as ideologues / James Delingpole --
Uncertainty, scepticism and the climate issue / Garth W. Paltridge --
The trillion dollar guess and the zombie theory / Jo Nova --
Forecasting global climate change / Kesten C. Green & J. Scott Armstrong --
The climate change movement --
The search for a global climate treaty / Rupert Darwall --
The hockey stick : a retrospective / Ross McKitrick --
The IPCC and the peace prize / Donna Laframboise --
Global warming's glorious ship of fools / Mark Steyn --
Cavemen, climate, and computers / Christopher Essex --
The scientists and the apocalypse / Bernie Lewin --
The scientfic method (and other heresies) / Stewart W. Franks --
Extreme weather and global warming / Anthony Watts --
False prophets unveiled / Andrew Bolt.
Responsibility: edited by Alan Moran.

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Climate change has become a dominant theme of global politics. But it seems that no one really understands global warming as it prepares to enter its third decade. In this collection of essays, leading scientists and commentators from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia consider the climate from every angle: the science, the policy and the politics.

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