There are many issues relating to global warming, climate change, and environmental issues upon which there is disagreement. These differing beliefs based on unsettled environmental questions cause Americans to act and behave a certain way.
Is it reasonable to expect that global warming will adversely affect human life?
Should we be concerned about the rise in sea levels?
Is global warming causing more hurricanes, tornadoes, and forest fires?
What will likely be the impact of global warming on the future of humanity?
This e-book dives into the empirical facts and scientific studies related to the important global warming and climate change questions to present the facts in plain English. Many of the common narratives related to global warming and climate change are disputed, with the goal to provide greater understanding and agreement on these important issues.
Once purchased, you will receive a link to download the full e-book of "Climate Change: What They Rarely Teach In College".