Want to know what scientists and economists know about the earth's climate and what changes in the climate might mean?
For non-ideologues, the second edition of A Global Warming Primer (published by the National Center for Policy Analysis) is a "must read." Its peer-reviewed contents provide a factual analysis of the state of the climate, the threats posed by global warming, as well as the implications and results of the possible responses to warming, all presented in graphical format.
The book's editor, Sterling Burnett, said:
Today's global warming policies have no connection to climatological reality. Excuse the expression, but most opinions about global warming are nothing more than hot air. What this debate needs is fresh air, and the second edition of the NCPA Global Warming Primer provides it.
Let the discussion begin...
For information about the book, click on the following link:
A Global Warming Primer: Second Edition.