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I have read several other books on climate change that I can recommend.
"Climate Cover-up" is openly complimentary about how well think tanks do their job - fine-tuning the spin...misleading the media and the public...distorting the facts.
What is striking, as you read through this book, is that those who lead the charge in denying global warming are not climatologists.
The narrative gets tedious in spots. But the case is compelling, and thoughtful people who care about what's right, true and good for humanity, should read and act. Read morePublished 3 months ago by eN0ch
It is disappointing that the coal industry will place their profits above the health of the citizenry. It is well known what adding more carbon to the atmosphere will do. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a must read if you are interested in the history of corporate-sponsored climate change denial. It all began with tobacco. It's the same organizations, the same people. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Climate Follower
This is a really good book. Well worth reading this book and good value for the money paid for itPublished 7 months ago by Richard C Durley
Very well written and am waiting for his next. He has written what is happening in Canadian politics and he is right but we are following America like sheep so will down with them.Published 7 months ago by Paula Walden
A good summary of the opposition to the Global Warming hysteria. I would not use the term "Deny" to describe either side of the debate (or lack thereof) of the political... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jeffrey Eric Grant
Walking through the rye feels nice, if you don't know there's a cliff ahead; James Hoggan heads out to catch you before you fall. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jorge
Did a great job of dealing with a vital topic. It's readable and very well documented.
I hope that more people take the time to study this matter.
One commenter calls it “....one of the most disgusting stories ever....”. Another suggests “....crime of the geological epoch. Read morePublished 13 months ago by William Ferree