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There are people of good will who hear claims on both sides of the climate change debate and aren't sure what to believe. If that feels familiar, this little book is for you. There are those who want what's best for the future generations, for our environment and for our country, yet worry that our politicians might not get this right. If you're nodding your head, this book is for you. And there are people who care deeply about our common future and just don't see climate change as a priority. If that resonates, this book is for you too, perhaps especially for you. (Robert Redford, actor and director; trustee of the Natural Resources Defense Council)
Frances Beinecke is president of the Natural Resources Defense Council Inc., a nonprofit, nonpartisan international environmental advocacy organization with 1.3 million members. She resides in New York City. Bob Deans, N.R.D.C.'s Federal Communications Director, is a long-time Washington, D.C. journalist and the author of The River Where America Began: A Journey along the James. He resides in Bethesda, Maryland.
For $0.63, this was a steal! The book was in perfect condition. The cover was in perfect condition with no writing or any other markings throughout the pages.Published on April 15, 2012 by B-man
The book is awesome, makes you think about the damage WE are doing to the environment but leaves you with an inkling of what WE can do to make a difference.Published on March 8, 2010 by V. LaHart
The author does a good job of laying out the threat of climate change. She portrays it convincingly as Godzilla. Then she proposes sending Bambi to kill it.Published on February 19, 2010 by Cholla Bob
It is small and short book. I read it in two hours. I'm not a fast reader.
Pitched as a statement selling the irrefutable anthropomorphic global warming position,... Read more
I sent these as holiday gifts--all well-received.
Not sure if it's on Kindle yet; it should be.
In this day and age we all need to take the blinders off and acknowledge our part in the world and create a positive change. Read morePublished on December 15, 2009 by Valerie L. Martin
Covers the topic of Global Climate very well, easy to read, concise and is a good book to loan to friends and family.Published on December 14, 2009 by Marie Maschal