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Can you suggest me any best book about climate change?11-12-2018 08:36
catherine23
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Hi,
I want to read about climate change in recent years. Can you suggest any best book?
Thanks in advance.
11-12-2018 10:25
still learning
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catherine23 wrote:
Hi,
I want to read about climate change in recent years. Can you suggest any best book?
Thanks in advance.


About how climate has actually changed in recent years?

Climate hasn't changed all that much yet and I don't know of a book devoted to recent climate change.

A book I read a few years ago, Thin Ice by Mark Bowen, includes a fair amount about the recent retreat of mountain glaciers and was very readable, even entertaining. Our local public library has it. Maybe yours does too. Amazon carries it.

Storms of My Grandchildren by James Hansen, while not so much about actual recent climate change is also pretty readable.

There was recent news reportage of the climate change report released by the White House (as required by Congress). In the portion released last year there is a chapter that includes recent climate change. See: https://science2017.globalchange.gov/chapter/1/
12-12-2018 08:03
james_austin
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In my experience, Climate of Hope:https://www.onlinebooksreview.com/articles/best-climate-change-books#B01MCZI66A is a great book that focuses on the actionable aspects of climate change from the perspective of businesses, local governments, and individual citizens. It shows the adverse effects of climate change and the most effective ways to reduce climate change.
12-12-2018 20:22
Wake
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Catherine, most books have been published attempting to push the idea that there is climate change and that it is destructive. Scare stories sell and truth usually doesn't. But you can spend, what, 40 minutes watching this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mtHreJbr2WM




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