Human Caused Global Warming

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ISBN: 1773021303
Release Date: 2016-09-06
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Author: Tim Ball Phd

Download and read online Human Caused Global Warming in PDF and EPUB This book examines the claims of human induced global warming made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) using proper journalistic and investigative techniques. It explains how it was a premeditated, orchestrated deception, using science to impose a political agenda. It fooled a majority including most scientists. They assumed that other scientists would not produce science for a political agenda. German Physicist and meteorologist Klaus-Eckart Puls finally decided to look for himself. Here is what he discovered. Ten years ago I simply parroted what the IPCC told us. One day I started checking the facts and data--first I started with a sense of doubt but then I became outraged when I discovered that much of what the IPCC and the media were telling us was sheer nonsense and was not even supported by any scientific facts and measurements. To this day I still feel shame that as a scientist I made presentations of their science without first checking it....scientifically it is sheer absurdity to think we can get a nice climate by turning a CO2 adjustment knob. This book uses the same approach used in investigative journalism. It examines the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How.

Climate Change

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ISBN: 0470850183
Release Date: 2003-07-16
Number of pages: 260
Author: John T. Hardy
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Climate Change in PDF and EPUB Human-induced climate change is a serious concern, drawing increasing attention from the media, policy makers and citizens around the world. This comprehensive and thought-provoking volume explains in easily understandable language the potential effects of climate change on our planet and our lives. Climate Change: Causes, Effects and Solutions examines the latest scientific findings without any advanced technical knowledge. It goes beyond a description of changes in the physical environment to consider the broader issues of ecological, economic and human effects of climate change. The book explains: the causes and effects of climate change from a natural and human environment perspective. mitigation options and policies that could reduce the impacts of climate change. global impacts - with case studies are taken from North America, Europe, Australasia and elsewhere. Essential reading for undergraduates and general readers who want to heighten their knowledge and understanding of this important problem.

Hot House

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ISBN: 9780387686110
Release Date: 2007-09-08
Number of pages: 302
Author: Robert G. Strom
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Hot House in PDF and EPUB Global warming is addressed by almost all sciences including many aspects of geosciences, atmospheric, the biological sciences, and even astronomy. It has recently become the concern of other diverse disciplines such as economics, agriculture, demographics and population statistics, medicine, engineering, and political science. This book addresses these complex interactions, integrates them, and derives meaningful conclusions and possible solutions. The text provides an easy-to-read explanation of past and present global climate change, causes and possible solutions to the problem, including the politics and reasons why this is such a politically charged issue.

Changing Ecosystems

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ISBN: 9781438127392
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 273
Author: Julie Kerr Casper
Publisher: Infobase Publishing

Download and read online Changing Ecosystems in PDF and EPUB Take a provocative look at how human activities affect the distribution of species and their critical habitats, increase the occurrence of severe weather and droughts, contribute to rising sea levels, and instigate myriad health and quality-of-life issues.

Global Climate Change and Human Health

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Publisher: Am Cncl on Science, Health

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Climatology Versus Pseudoscience Exposing the Failed Predictions of Global Warming Skeptics

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ISBN: 9781440832024
Release Date: 2015-03-03
Number of pages: 212
Author: Dana Nuccitelli
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Download and read online Climatology Versus Pseudoscience Exposing the Failed Predictions of Global Warming Skeptics in PDF and EPUB This book explains the science of climate change in plain language and shows that the 2 to 4 percent of climate scientists who are skeptical that humans are the main cause of global warming are a fringe minority—and have a well-established history of being wrong. • Provides a unique, scientifically backed, and easily understood evaluation of the global temperature predictions made by both climate change skeptics and mainstream climate scientists • Presents readers with a plethora of concrete, verifiable evidence for the author's claims—information that holds the skeptics and deniers accountable for their history of being wrong regarding their assertions • Discusses possible solutions to climate change, such as carbon emissions pricing—a concept that has gained bipartisan support among economists

Global Warming

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ISBN: 8131301400
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Number of pages: 290
Author: Arun Kumar Shrivastava
Publisher: APH Publishing

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Environmental Regulations and Global Warming

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ISBN: 9781604133325
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 149
Author: Paul Ruschmann
Publisher: Infobase Publishing

Download and read online Environmental Regulations and Global Warming in PDF and EPUB Presents opposing arguments on the subject of global warming and regulation, examining the causes of global warming, the seriousness of the threat, and the effectiveness of government regulation.

Die Machiavellis der Wissenschaft das Netzwerk des Leugnens

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ISBN: 9783527412112
Release Date: 2013-12-18
Number of pages: 389
Author: Erik M. Conway
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Die Machiavellis der Wissenschaft das Netzwerk des Leugnens in PDF and EPUB Ein ganz realer Thriller: Wie skrupellose Lobbyisten seriöse Forscher diffamierten und gezielt Falschinformationen in lancierten Medienkampagnen global verbreiteten. Der Plot ist hollywoodreif, die Geschichte so skandalträchtig wie bestürzend Eine Handvoll Forscher leugnet, manipuliert und diskreditiert anerkannte wissenschaftliche Tatsachen wie den Klimawandel oder den Zusammenhang zwischen dem Rauchen und gesundheitlichen Risiken. Doch Die Machiavellis der Wissenschaft (im Original Merchants of Doubt) ist kein fiktiver Roman, sondern berichtet von der Realität. In den USA sorgte das Buch von Naomi Oreskes und Erik M. Conway für Furore und wurde zum Bestseller. Kein Wunder, die Geschichte, die sie erzählen, ist schließlich unglaublich – es ist die Geschichte über den Kampf gegen Fakten und über den Handel mit dem Zweifel, über die Manipulation der Medien und die Diffamierung Einzelner. Und sie geht uns alle an. Schließlich lehnten die USA als einzige Industrienation die Ratifizierung des Kyoto–Protokolls ab und verhinderten so wichtige Schritte des Klimaschutzes. Ein Lehrstück über die Macht der Industrielobby und ihre Handlanger aus Politik und Wissenschaft und ein Lehrstück darüber, wie erschreckend einfach es möglich ist, mit unlauteren Absichten selbst seriöse Medien zu beeinflussen und mit nachweislich falschen Informationen zu »füttern«.

Is the Human Species Special

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ISBN: 190796200X
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 162
Author: Neil Paul Cummins

Download and read online Is the Human Species Special in PDF and EPUB In this book philosophical and theological themes are sympathetically interwoven with themes relating to the environmental crisis. In the first part of the book the author presents a view of the world in which the human species is special (humans are not just another species of animal). In the second part of the book he urges humanity to take very seriously the danger that we face from global warming. Despite this immense danger he suggests that human-induced global warming is part of what makes the human species special. In the third part of the book the author explains how the issues of individual human purpose, beauty, and our connections to the other life-forms on the planet, are related to the specialness of the human species. He contends that if one shares this vision of the nature of our relationship with the world around us then one is more likely to have a healthy and satisfying life. The main conclusion that the author reaches is that the human species needs to take radical action, of a most unexpected kind, if it is to minimise the suffering caused by global warming. If he is right, then this is a book of immense importance.

The Great Global Warming Blunder

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ISBN: 9781594036026
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 174
Author: Roy W. Spencer
Publisher: Encounter Books

Download and read online The Great Global Warming Blunder in PDF and EPUB The Great Global Warming Blunder unveils new evidence from major scientific findings that explode the conventional wisdom on climate change and reshape the global warming debate as we know it. Roy W. Spencer, a former senior NASA climatologist, reveals how climate researchers have mistaken cause and effect when analyzing cloud behavior and have been duped by Mother Nature into believing the Earth’s climate system is far more sensitive to human activities and carbon dioxide than it really is. In fact, Spencer presents astonishing new evidence that recent warming is not the fault of humans, but the result of chaotic, internal natural cycles that have been causing periods of warming and cooling for millennia. More carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is not necessarily to be feared;The Great Global Warming Blunder explains that burning of fossil fuels may actually be beneficial for life on Earth. As group-think behavior and misguided global warming policy proposals threaten the lives of millions of the world’s poorest, most vulnerable citizens,The Great Global Warming Blunder is a scintillating expos� and much-needed call for debate.

Global Warming

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ISBN: 9789380302812
Release Date: 2010-12-23
Number of pages: 200
Author: Ishita Haldar
Publisher: Mind Melodies

Download and read online Global Warming in PDF and EPUB Global warming and climate change have become an issue of great concern. Now as the world is getting technologically and industrially more advanced, resulting in the setting up of huge factories, the environmental pollution is heading towards alarming levels. It is obvious that more factories mean more pollution and more carbon emissions, which highly aggravate global warming. Keeping this in view, the policy makers from all over the w¬orld have decided to unite and chalk out a plan to keep the adverse effects of global warming within safety limits. This book is also an effort in this direction. Defining in detail the major aspects of global warming, it discusses at length its causes and effects. Taking a close look at the global response to contain global warming, it also explains the important provisions of Copenhagen Summit, Kyoto Protocol and Post-Kyoto Protocol Negotiations on Green-house Gas Emissions.

Terrestrial Water Cycle and Climate Change

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ISBN: 9781118971789
Release Date: 2016-08-11
Number of pages: 252
Author: Qiuhong Tang
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Terrestrial Water Cycle and Climate Change in PDF and EPUB The Terrestrial Water Cycle: Natural and Human-Induced Changes is a comprehensive volume that investigates the changes in the terrestrial water cycle and the natural and anthropogenic factors that cause these changes. This volume brings together recent progress and achievements in large-scale hydrological observations and numerical simulations, specifically in areas such as in situ measurement network, satellite remote sensing and hydrological modeling. Our goal is to extend and deepen our understanding of the changes in the terrestrial water cycle and to shed light on the mechanisms of the changes and their consequences in water resources and human well-being in the context of global change. Volume highlights include: Overview of the changes in the terrestrial water cycle Human alterations of the terrestrial water cycle Recent advances in hydrological measurement and observation Integrated modeling of the terrestrial water cycle The Terrestrial Water Cycle: Natural and Human-Induced Changes will be a valuable resource for students and professionals in the fields of hydrology, water resources, climate change, ecology, geophysics, and geographic sciences. The book will also be attractive to those who have general interests in the terrestrial water cycle, including how and why the cycle changes.

Global Warming

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ISBN: 0815797168
Release Date: 2008-08-01
Number of pages: 237
Author: Ernesto Zedillo
Publisher: Brookings Institution Press

Download and read online Global Warming in PDF and EPUB The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reflects the growing international consensus that the earth's climate is being changed by anthropogenic greenhouse gasses. Evidence presented by the IPCC and others points to the potential for increasingly dangerous weather, new disease outbreaks, regional water shortages, the loss of habitat and species, and other disturbing developments that could have profound social and economic impacts. Opinions on what should be done, however, remain sharply divided within and among countries. Though monumental in its efforts, the Kyoto Protocol has left much to be agreed upon and achieved, with the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide—the United States—rejecting it. In G lobal Warming: Looking Beyond Kyoto , some of the best-known and respected authorities in climate policy provide a comprehensive agenda for global collective action. Representing both industrialized and developing nations, the contributors present a thought-provoking examination of the economic, social, and political context of climate policy within their countries. With Kyoto's emissions targets set to expire in 2012, these authors call for a multilateral approach that goes beyond the mitigation-focused Kyoto policies, balancing them with strategies for adaptation. They also stress the importance of generating policies that work within a time frame commensurate with that of climate change itself. Informed, insightful, and even-handed, this book gives a new impetus to the increasingly important global climate policy debate. Contributors include R.K. Pachauri (Energy Resources Institute and the IPCC), Richard S. Lindzen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Stefan Rahmstorf (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research), Stephen H. Schneider and Thomas Heller (Stanford University), Robert Mendelsohn and William D. Nordhaus (Yale University), Gernot Klepper and Sonja Peterson (Kiel Institute for World Economics), Robert N. Stavins (Harvard University), Alexander Golub (Environmental Defense), Howard Dalton (U.K. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), John Stone (Carleton University, Ottawa), Jyoti Parikh (Integrated Research and Action for Development), and Shen Longhai (China Energy Conservation Association)