The Brittanica Guide to Climate Change by Encyclopedia Britannica
Publisher: Running Press | Number Of Pages: 320 | Publication Date: 2009-01-05 | ISBN-10: 0762433922 | PDF | 2 Mb
Climate Change is one of the most controversial subjects of our age. While scientists have been observing radical changes in the earth’s ecosystem, politicians and activists argue the causes and possible outcomes. The Britannica Guide to Climate Change will explore the evidence surrounding hot topics like the Kyoto Agreement, the environmental damage to the ice caps, Gaia, green architecture, and the impact of green policies—including energy-saving light bulbs, carbon foot printing, and recycling. This book is an unbiased, comprehensive, and accessible guide to the symptoms, debates, and solutions to this key issue.