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Why We Disagree about Climate Change: Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity Climate Change Is Not A Problem Waiting For A Solution It Is An Environmental, Cultural And Political Phenomenon Which Is Re Shaping The Way We Think About Ourselves, Our Societies And Humanity S Place On Earth Drawing Upon Twenty Five Years Of Professional Work As An International Climate Change Scientist And Public Commentator, Mike Hulme Provides A Unique Insider S Account Of The Emergence Of This Phenomenon And The Diverse Ways In Which It Is Understood He Uses Different Standpoints From Science, Economics, Faith, Psychology, Communication, Sociology, Politics And Development To Explain Why We Disagree About Climate Change In This Way He Shows That Climate Change, Far From Being Simply An Issue Or A Threat , Can Act As A Catalyst To Revise Our Perception Of Our Place In The World Why We Disagree About Climate Change Is An Important Contribution To The Ongoing Debate Over Climate Change And Its Likely Impact On Our Lives


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5 thoughts on “Why We Disagree about Climate Change: Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity

  1. says:

    I saw Mike Holme give a presentation of his book sponsored by the British Council in Goa, India The title is self justifying The local minister of the environment disagreed about carbon credits Climate Change is one of the hottest topics The mo


  2. says:

    Excellent service and a great book.


  3. says:

    The negative reviewers of this book are drearily predictable in their attempts to pigeonhole the author as a leftie , as a proponent of a climate change religion etc None of these hats will fit They also miss the point the author is trying to make, which is


  4. says:

    Despite having to read this book for a university assignment I quite enjoyed it and it definately gives you a slightly different outlook on the issue Worth a read


  5. says:

    I bought this book because of my increasing unease about some of the contradictory and apocalyptic comments that were being made about climate change Although I don t doubt the fact that the world is warming, and that humans are to a greater or lesser degree responsible,


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