Global warming is an issue in which everyone- from layman to scientist, besides politicians, economists, policy makers and businessmen- has a stake, and an opinion that often borders on the extreme. In this book he gives his fresh look at global warming without at any way discounting the importance of the subject. The author examines all aspects of the debate: the science, the economics, the politics and the ethics. He conclude that conventional wisdom on global warming is suspect on a number of grounds; global warming is not the devastating threat to the planet it is widely alleged to be; and that the remedy being proposed is, for very good reasons, not politically attainable; and even if it were, it would be worse than the warming it is supposed to avert.
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