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Climate Change A Very Peculiar History

By: David Arscott(Author), David Lyttleton(Illustrator)
192 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: The Book House
Climate Change
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Climate Change: A Very Peculiar History arms you with an introduction to the scientific concepts behind climate change, then hits you hard with the bizarre and, at times, disputed facts that go along with the theory. Climate Change: A Very Peculiar History includes information on the potentially disastrous effects of climate change and what we can do to stop them. It features easy-to-understand diagrams and fascinating fact sheets which will boggle the mind. Discover where the theory came from and what we were (or weren't) doing to help protect the Earth in past times. This book covers the scientific and historical background of our troubled relationship with the planet on which we live.

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Biography

A former newspaper journalist and BBC producer/presenter, David Arscott has worked as a freelance author, broadcaster, publisher, and editor. He has written some 30 books on Sussex, and is the founder of The Sussex Book Club.

By: David Arscott(Author), David Lyttleton(Illustrator)
192 pages, b/w illustrations
Publisher: The Book House
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