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For Climate's Sake! (English) A Visual Reader of Climate Change

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By: Rene Schwarzenbach(Editor), Christian Rentsch(Editor), Klaus Lanz(Editor), Lars Müller(Editor)
480 pages, 300 colour photos
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Language: English, also available in German

For Climate's Sake! sets itself the goal of conveying the knowledge revealed by current climate research in a manner that is both concise and appealing. It differs from other books on climate change principally in the way it is conceived as a visual reader that deliberately uses the effectiveness and power of the image to present the theme in a graphic way. Extensive series of images with large photographs and informative diagrams accompany well-researched essays on and around the themes of climate history, research and policy and thus offer an in-depth examination.

For Climate's Sake! provides insights into the history of the earth's climate and reveals the factors that are responsible for climate change. It poses questions and provides answers: why is the earth becoming warmer? What are the consequences we must reckon with? What can we do against this? Who determines the future? As both a volume of illustrations and a reader For Climate's Sake! Is directed at all those who want to equip themselves with knowledge and understanding to confront what is probably our planet's most pressing problem

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Rene Schwarzenbach is Dean of the Department of Environmental Sciences at the ETH Zurich. Christian Rentsch is a journalist. Klaus Lanz is a journalist and environmental researcher.

Art / Photobook
By: Rene Schwarzenbach(Editor), Christian Rentsch(Editor), Klaus Lanz(Editor), Lars Müller(Editor)
480 pages, 300 colour photos
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