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Why We Argue about Climate Change

Popular Science
By: Eric Knight(Author)
160 pages
Publisher: Black Inc.
Why We Argue about Climate Change
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  • Why We Argue about Climate Change ISBN: 9781863956086 Paperback Jun 2013 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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A new perspective on a diabolical problem.

Climate change is one of the most polarising issues of our time, but it doesn't have to be that way. In Why We Argue about Climate Change, Eric Knight unpicks the misconceptions that keep us arguing about, and stop us seeing, the true nature of the problem – and its solutions.

Why can't we learn anything about climate change from snowstorms or scorching temperatures? How have sceptics and believers confused politics and science in their war for public opinion? Is climate change a moral challenge or a technological one? With optimism and clarity, Knight cuts through the distortions and distractions and proposes a better way forward.

Why We Argue about Climate Change is essential reading for anyone who wants to solve the puzzle of a warming planet rather than squabble about the weather. It contains expanded and updated chapters from Knight's acclaimed book Reframe, as well as much new material.

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Eric Knight is the author of Reframe: How to Solve the World's Trickiest Problems. A former Rhodes Scholar, he has worked as an economics consultant to the OECD, the UN and the World Bank and written for the Sydney Morning Herald, the Age, the Drum, the Spectator and the Monthly. His work on climate change has fed into both sides of Australian politics and he is a visiting research fellow in economic geography at the University of Oxford.

Popular Science
By: Eric Knight(Author)
160 pages
Publisher: Black Inc.
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