Global Warming: Apocalypse or Hot Air?

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In this study the authors examine the so-called scientific 'consensus' about global warming. They argue climate change is a problem of great complexity, and such analysis as has been made by no means supports the view that climate change would place intolerable burdens on future generations.

1994, Studies in the Environment No. 1, ISBN 0 255 36331 1, 54pp, PB

See also:

Climate Change: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom, edited by Julian Morris and with contributions from Robert Balling, Roger Bate, Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen, Deepak Lal and Thomas Gale Moore.

Climate Alarmism Reconsidered by Robert L. Bradley Jr.

Global Warming False Alarms by Russell Lewis.

 

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