Oliver Morton’s wide-ranging examination of geo-engineering approaches to countering climate change puts the subject into historical, political and scientific context.
Michael Mann, the man at the centre of the“Hockey Stick” graph controversy, fights back aggressively against the attacks he and his co-workers were exposed to. A spirited defence of the evidence that global temperatures have risen in conjunction with the increase in industrialization and the use of fossil fuels.
Nigel Lawson, former Secretary of State for Energy under Margaret Thatcher, argues that it is time for us to take a cool look at global warming. Lawson examines all aspects of the global warming issue: the science, the economics, the politics, and the ethics, and concludes that the conventional wisdom on the subject is suspect… Read more »
This Changes Everything argues that the deep changes required should not be viewed as punishments to fear, but as a kind of gift. It’s time to stop running from the full implications of the crisis and begin to embrace them.
Most people recognize that climate change is real, and relatively little is actually done to stop it. What is this psychological mechanism that allows us to know something is true but act as if it is not? George Marshall’s search for the answers brings him face to face with Nobel Prize-winning psychologists and the activists… Read more »