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best climate change books

Climate change, also known as global warming, is the process of our planet heating up. The earth has warmed by 1 degree in the last century. But this rising temperature has a negative effect which made our weather extreme and unpredictable.

So, learning about climate change is mandatory to all for the betterment of our near future. Best climate change books will be the best choice for this purpose.

This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate
Author: Naomi Klein
Published at: 04/08/2015
ISBN: 1451697392

This amazing climate change book provides you with the effect of climate change on capitalism. You can learn why the climate crisis challenges us to abandon the free market ideology in this time, restructure the global economy and remake our political systems. Overall, this book is extremely easy to follow and packed full of important information

What you'll learn-

  • How massively reduce greenhouse emissions
  • Reducing gaping inequalities
  • Detailed on local economies
  • Ideological desperation of the climate-change 

Climate Change: The Facts
Author: J.Abbot,J.S. Armstrong,A.Bolt,R.Carter,R.Darwall,J.Delingpole,C.Essex,S.Franks,K.Green,D.Laframboise,N.Lawson,B.Lewin,R.Lindzen,J.Marohasy,R.McKitrick,P.Michaels,A.Moran,J.Nova,G.Paltridge,I.Plimer,W.Soon,M.Steyn,A.Watts
Published at: 21/04/2015
ISBN: 0986398306

This complete guide gives you perfect explanations about climate change and it becomes a dominant theme for global politics. You can learn science, policies, and politics in the field of climate change and global warming

What you'll learn-

  • Causes of global warming
  • Responsibilities of worlds leader
  • Scientists explanations
  • Future prediction about climate

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change (The Politically Incorrect Guides)
Author: Marc Morano
Published at: 26/02/2018
ISBN: 1621576760

This climate change book provides you with all the causes, effects, evidence and steps for climate change. You can know the issues of individual countries in the field of climate change. Also, the political overview of climate change are added in this book

What you'll learn-

  • Modern global warming
  • Real-life stories
  • Incontrovertible evidence
  • Complexity of industrialization

Climate of Hope: How Cities, Businesses, and Citizens Can Save the Planet
Author: Michael Bloomberg,Carl Pope
Published at: 18/04/2017

This is a great book that focuses on the actionable aspects of climate change from the perspective of businesses, local governments, and individual citizens. It explains very well the cause and impact of the climate change problem.

What you'll learn-

  • Climate change from a different perspective
  • Adverse effects of climate change
  • Bloomberg
  • Roadmap for tracking climate change
  • Necessary steps for reducing climate change

Kiss the Ground: How the Food You Eat Can Reverse Climate Change, Heal Your Body & Ultimately Save Our World
Author: Josh Tickell
Published at: 14/11/2017
ISBN: 1501170252

This complete book helps you to know about soil-nourishing, regenerative agriculture diet. The regenerative agriculture is important because it returns carbon to the soil and thereby greatly increases its water-absorbing, holding, and available water for plants. If you care about the environment, the book is for you.

What you'll learn-

  • Interviews with top scientists
  • Full-length documentary link
  • Reverse climate change
  • Effective steps
  • Detailed on global warming
  • Harvest healthy

Lukewarming: The New Climate Science that Changes Everything
Author: Patrick J. Michaels,Paul C. Knappenberger
Published at: 07/09/2016
ISBN: 1944424032

The new edition of this book gives you all the things responsible for climate change. It shows you how modern technologies increasing global warming day by day. The policies about climate according to the United Nations climate change conference in Paris. It is the equally perfect book for everyone who wants to learn more about climate

What you'll learn-

  • The science behind climate change
  • Policies about climate
  • Responsibilities of modern scientists
  • Causes behind climate change
  • Reverse effects of it

The Climate Chronicles: Inconvenient Revelations You Won't Hear From Al Gore--And Others
Author: Joe Bastardi
Published at: 29/01/2018

This amazing book gives you a complete reference on climate chronicles. It examines the clash between philosophy and the climate agenda that completely attach to cyclical patterns of past, present, and future climate changes. You can easily know about the analogy of CO2 is the control knob of planetary climate changes.

It was pretty well summed up the mode of the climate alarmists. It also nails what Eisenhower noted as the scientific-technology elite. Overall, its the best book with highly informative theory and real-life examples and the combination of all chapters makes your knowledge about climate more broaden.

What Is Climate Change? (What Was?)
Author: Gail Herman,Who HQ
Published at: 19/06/2018
ISBN: 1524786152

This well-researched book gives you many perspectives on climate change including scientific, social and political. You can study all things about climate change from this book

What you'll learn-

  • Causes of climate change
  • Political issues on climate change
  • Humans fault
  • Future effects of climate change
  • Steps which must be taken

Climate Change: What Everyone Needs to Know®
Author: Joseph Romm
Published at: 01/05/2018
ISBN: 0190866101

This book gives you an overview of climate change around the world. It discusses a clear-eyed overview of the science, conflicts, and implications of our warming planet. you can easily know smart, unbiased answers to the most difficult questions in an area dogged by misunderstanding and politicization.

What you'll learn-

  • Analysis of the Paris climate
  • Implications of the clean energy
  • Climate science
  • Climate Action in the US and internationally

A Hole in the Wind: A Climate Scientist's Bicycle Journey Across the United States
Author: David Goodrich
Published at: 06/06/2017
ISBN: 1681774313

This amazing book is written by David Goodrich who was the director of the UN climate observing team. He thought that American people are not highly concerned and misinformed about climate because of the domination of politics.

So, you can learn why the climate is a complicated issue for many Americans from this book. The author visited up to 4200 miles with his bike. He discusses the experiences he had along the way, like the toddler's beauty pageant in Delaware, the tornado in Missouri, rust-belt towns and their relationship with fracking, and the mined-out uranium ghost town in Wyoming.

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