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End of the World as We Know It: How and Why We Find Ourselves in the Age of Climatic Change

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by Oliver Lewis Thompson
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End of the World as We Know It: How and Why We Find Ourselves in the Age of Climatic Change by Oliver Lewis Thompson

An easy-to-read handbook for understanding global climate change. Want to know more about the subject but sick of having to wade through heavy science, political rhetoric and corporate media nonsense? Discover how Earth's climate works and how changes have affected human civilization in the past. Learn how we are affecting our own climate change through our worldwide emissions of greenhouse gases and the possible consequences of this over the next millennium. Finally, find out how we can avert any potential catastrophe and what stands in our way. Passionate, critical, readable and stark in its message.

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Size: 3.3 MB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781447605737 (DRM-EPUB)

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