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Seven Years to Save the Planet The Questions....and Answers

Out of Print
By: Bill McGuire
240 pages
Seven Years to Save the Planet
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  • Seven Years to Save the Planet ISBN: 9780297853367 Paperback Jul 2010 Out of Print #162582
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Climate change is beginning to affect our lives. This book charts the changes in startling detail - over the next ten years, within the next 50 and beyond. In 40 years' time the UK and Europe will be sweltering year after year in blazing summers which will relegate the current furore about water shortages to a footnote in history, and in just a few hundred years, all the world's coastal towns cities will be beneath the waves.

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Professor Bill McGuire has for the last 10 years run the biggest academic hazard research centre in Europe, advising governments and multi-nationals on natural diasters and climate change. He has followed David Attenborough, Richard Dawkins and Robert Winston in giving the Natural History Museum Annual Science Lecture and in June he presented a 5-minute slot each evening for a week, as part of Channel 5 News, on The Future of Our World. He also presented the acclaimed Radio 4 series Disasters in Waiting and Scientists under Pressure.
Out of Print
By: Bill McGuire
240 pages
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