"Global Climate Change - Science, Strategies, and Solutions" is a collection of 23 separate articles loosely arranged into five different sections: Science & Impacts; Global Strategies; Economics, Innovative Solutions, and Current Developments. Because there are 23 different authors, it's a hodge-podge of various studies, ideologies, and insights into global warming; its causes, effects, and solutions.
Can only be truly recommended for the policy wonk part of you. Doesn't have a lot to offer the general public, and because the book was written in 2001, many sections are rapidly approaching irrelevance, as newer information becomes available, making some of the older assumptions obsolete.
Four stars for the policy wonks, only two stars for the general public.
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