368 pages, b/w graphs
Booker is a celebrated controversialist with a particular interest in what he sees as an exaggerated environmental scare: global warming. He interweaves what he regards as the dubious science of global warming with an account of its growing political consequences, claiming that politicians threaten to change the Western way of life beyond recognition.
Christopher Booker narrates this story with the journalist's pace and eye for telling detail and the historian's forensic thoroughness which have made him a formidable opponent of humbug...the shelf of sceptical books keeps filling and Booker's belongs there with the best. The Spectator Meticulously researched, provocative and challenging... Buy this book and read it carefully. It needs your attention. Irish Times I, and anyone seriously interested in this subject, owes a great debt to Christopher Booker, who has set down all the arguments for doubt in a single, concise book... I think anyone remotely concerned about this huge controversy should read this courageous piece of work. Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday Whether you agree with Booker or not, this is an important, brave book making and explaining many valid points. The Scotsman
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