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characters Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Tim Flannery Sometime this century the day will arrive when the human influence on the climate will overwhelm all other natural factors Over the past decade the world has seen the most powerful El Nio ever recorded the most devastating hurricane in two hundred years the hottest European summer on record and one of the worst storm seasons ever experienced in Florida With one out of. A very compelling and in depth narration about the climate crisis that we are currently facing Even though it is uite outdated He wrote this in 2004 and anyone reading it today who follows climate science closely would possess much greater knowledge on the topic A ton of discoveries and revelations have been made since then Nevertheless it does provide a wealth of information that is rooted at the very beginning of the climate crisis and the basics will always be the sameThe book is a descriptive encyclopedia of sorts and Tim goes to great lengths to talk about the minutest creatures who will be affected by climate change Whoever knew that the Stratosphere was so fragile and that even a few degrees of change could literally call the shots on the sexes of a certain species of turtles and alligators Who knew that ocean currents mix up the water from 5 miles below with the water above infusing them with oxygen so that nutrients which shallow dwelling species depend on come up to the surface Who knew that less winter rain could sound the death knell for a certain species of toads Moth eggs hatch up to 3 weeks earlier than their food is ready; butterfly ranges have extended from the original habitat by 150 miles; the tree line is moving higher and higher each year; CO2 loving fast growing tree species are dominating slow growth species and subseuently killing off the insects and birds that depend on them; crabs and other crustaceans are unable to make their carbonate shells due to acidifying oceans; and many much Tim further elucidates in detail how the developed world knew all along about the ramifications of global warming from as early as 1985 but kept playing for time in order to further their own agendas and selfishly develop their own economies; all while playing a hogwash game of carbon credits which does absolutely NOTHING to tackle the climate crisis Lastly he talks about how the insurance industry will be the first to implode the first domino to fall after which the real true color the ugly side of our fabricated unsustainable system starts to reveal itself as one after another the rest of the dominoes fall

review The Weather MakersHow Man is Changing the Climate and What it Means for Life on Earth

review The Weather MakersHow Man is Changing the Climate and What it Means for Life on Earth ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Sometime this century the day will arrive when the human influence on the climate will overwhelm all other natural factors Over Every five living things on this planet committed to extinction by the levels of greenhouse gases that will accumulate in the next few decades we are reaching a global climatic tipping point The Weather Makers is both an urgent warning and a call to arms outlining the history of climate change how it will unfold over the next century and what we can do to prevent a c. Although the last thing most people need is another 'downer' book about how the climate is spiraling out of control towards disaster this book manages to deliver science than opinion and actually offers some reasonable tips on how we can still make a difference if we take the right steps

Tim Flannery ✓ 5 review

The Weather MakersHow Man is Changing the Climate and What it Means for Life on EarthAtaclysmic future Along with a riveting history of climate change Tim Flannery offers specific suggestions for action for both lawmakers and individuals from investing in renewable power sources like wind solar and geothermal energy to offering an action plan with steps each and every one of us can take right now to reduce deadly CO2 emissions by as much as 70 percent. Excellent book about the hows whys and what ifs of climate change Some of the data is a little outdated at this point but it still provides a solid argument with great supporting evidence The science in this book is accessible to a wide variety of readers including both those new to the concept of climate change and those who are well versed in the topic