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The Climate Chronicles

Author : Joe Bastardi
ISBN : 1984371401
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Bastardi's love for the weather and climate drove him to write The Climate Chronicles, an expose' of the true climate change agenda. By drawing on many of the over 150 blogs and articles he has written on the matter, he shows how weather and climate are being weaponized, politicized, and in reality distorted by academia, media and even religious leaders to advance a cause that is counter to our nation's best interests, A must-read for anyone that loves weather and climate, and the freedoms that are being attacked in our country today, and is curious enough to question what they are being told.

Routledge Handbook Of The Climate Change Movement

Author : Matthias Dietz
ISBN : 9781135038878
Genre : Business & Economics
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This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the growing transnational climate movement. A dual focus on climate politics and civil society provides a hitherto unavailable broad and systematic analysis of the current global movement, highlighting how its dynamic and diverse character can play an important role in environmental politics and climate protection. The range of contributors, from well-known academics to activist-scholars, look at climate movements in the developed and developing world, north and south, small and large, central and marginal. The movement is examined as a whole and as single actors, thereby capturing its scope, structure, development, activities and influence. The book thoroughly addresses theoretical approaches, from classic social movement theory to the influence of environmental justice frames, and follows this with a systematic focus on regions, specific NGOs and activists, cases and strategies, as well as relations with peripheral groups. In its breadth, balance and depth, this accessible volume offers a fresh and important take on the question of social mobilization around climate change, making it an essential text for advanced undergraduates, postgraduate students and researchers in the social sciences.
Category: Business & Economics

The Weaponization Of Weather In The Phony Climate War

Author : Joe Bastardi
ISBN : 9781662903663
Genre : Nature
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Finally, one book gives you what you need to win the climate argument with friends. No energy. No life. That's the real science. Ask Californians about uncoupling for their daily blackout so energy zealots can feel better. What if climate change is naturally occurring and cyclical? What if trillions of dollars will be spent to accomplish nothing? Forces in Washington are proposing massive new indebtedness for pet projects aimed at eliminating America’s production of the life-giving energy that now runs it. Read this before agreeing to end America’s energy industry in service of political correctness. Climate expert and renowned meteorologist Joe Bastardi shows in unimpeachable detail how the extreme weather events seen today are nothing new. He goes in-depth to document naturally occurring climate and weather events to stand up to those who would control and ultimately enslave Americans in a mountain of debt, taxation and limited freedoms. “Yes, the climate is changing, and, thanks to an ever-fluctuating level of activity on our Sun, the climate has always been changing,” Joe reminds us. “As long as we have a living Sun, changes in climate will be felt on the planets that surround it.” So, is this book important? You decide.
Category: Nature

The Polish Climate In The European Context An Historical Overview

Author : Rajmund Przybylak
ISBN : 9048131677
Genre : Science
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Reconstruction of the climate variability of the past 500 years is a topic of great scientific interest not only in global terms, but also at regional and local levels. This period is interesting on account of the increasing influence of anthropogenic forcing and its overlap with natural factors. The Polish Climate in the European Context: An Historical Overview summarises the results of research into climate variability based on a combination of instrumental, documentary, dendrochronological and borehole data from Poland. The first part of the book provides a Central European perspective of research in these fields, which forms the general background for a presentation of the state of the art of climatic change studies in Poland during the past 500 years (Part 2). This is followed by a selection of papers dealing mainly with different aspects of climate variability in Poland and Central Europe (Part 3). "This book is a valuable tool integrating Polish, Central and Eastern European climate research into the global context. It is, as such, a must for climate researchers worldwide." (Gaston Demarée, Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium) "This volume marks a significant step forward in our understanding of European climatic history." (Christian Pfister, University of Bern)
Category: Science

Climate In Human Perspective

Author : Ferdinand Baer
ISBN : 9789401133203
Genre : Science
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The editors intend that this book conveys the remarkable variety and fundamental importance of the late Helmut E. Landsberg's many contributions to the science of climatology and its practice over a very productive 55-year career. We thank the distinguished authors for their contributions. We also thank Corinne Preston and Charlene Mann for their invaluable word-processing assistance and preparation of camera-ready copy. Finally, we thank Joshua Holland for permission to reproduce his portrait of Landsberg, and Jeanne Moody for preparation of the index. F. Baer N. L. Canfield J. M. Mitchell Editors vii CONTRmUTORS Ferdinand Baer, Department of Meteorology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA Norman L. Canfield, Department of Meteorology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA Dennis M. Driscoll, Department of Meteorology, Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas, USA William H. Haggard, Climatological Consulting Corporation, Asheville, North Carolina, USA David M. Ludlum, Founding Editor, Weatherwise, Princeton, New Jersey, USA Thomas F. Malone, St. Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA J. Murray Mitchell, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (retired), McLean, Virginia, USA Timothy R. Oke, Department of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Joseph Smagorinsky, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (retired), Princeton, New Jersey, USA Hessam Taba, World Meteorological Organization (retired), Geneva, Switzerland Morley Thomas, Atmospheric Environment Service (retired), Downsview, Ontario, Canada. IX OVERVIEW Ferdinand Baer Helmut E.
Category: Science

Water From Heaven

Author : Robert Kandel
ISBN : 9780231507752
Genre : Science
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From where—and what—does water come? How did it become the key to life in the universe? Water from Heaven presents a state-of-the-art portrait of the science of water, recounting how the oxygen needed to form H2O originated in the nuclear reactions in the interiors of stars, asking whether microcomets may be replenishing our world's oceans, and explaining how the Moon and planets set ice-age rhythms by way of slight variations in Earth's orbit and rotation. The book then takes the measure of water today in all its states, solid and gaseous as well as liquid. How do the famous El Niño and La Niña events in the Pacific affect our weather? What clues can water provide scientists in search of evidence of climate changes of the past, and how does it complicate their predictions of future global warming? Finally, Water from Heaven deals with the role of water in the rise and fall of civilizations. As nations grapple over watershed rights and pollution controls, water is poised to supplant oil as the most contested natural resource of the new century. The vast majority of water "used" today is devoted to large-scale agriculture and though water is a renewable resource, it is not an infinite one. Already many parts of the world are running up against the limits of what is readily available. Water from Heaven is, in short, the full story of water and all its remarkable properties. It spans from water's beginnings during the formation of stars, all the way through the origin of the solar system, the evolution of life on Earth, the rise of civilization, and what will happen in the future. Dealing with the physical, chemical, biological, and political importance of water, this book transforms our understanding of our most precious, and abused, resource. Robert Kandel shows that water presents us with a series of crucial questions and pivotal choices that will change the way you look at your next glass of water.
Category: Science

The Ice Chronicles

Author : Paul Andrew Mayewski
ISBN : 9781611683844
Genre : Nature
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An exciting account of revolutionary new discoveries for understanding the earth's climate, and their implications for future scientific research and global environmental policy.
Category: Nature

An Environmental History Of The Early Modern Period

Author : Martin Knoll
ISBN : 9783643904638
Genre : History
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The environmental history of early modern times is a seminal and lively field of historical research. This volume offers ten concise essays that provide an overview of current research debates on a broad span of topics, such as historical climatology and climate reconstruction, coping with disaster, land use and agricultural knowledge, forest history, urbanization, the perceptions of (alpine) nature, and societal dealings with water and rivers. Taken together, the contributions establish early modern studies as a promising laboratory for new avenues in environmental history. (Series: Austria: Research and Science - History / Austria: Forschung und Wissenschaft - Geschichte - Vol. 10) [Subject: History, Environmental Studies]
Category: History

The Chronicles Of Milwaukee

Author : Andrew Carpenter Wheeler
ISBN : NYPL:33433081922894
Genre : Milwaukee
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Category: Milwaukee

Eduard Br Ckner The Sources And Consequences Of Climate Change And Climate Variability In Historical Times

Author : Eduard Brückner
ISBN : 0792361288
Genre : History
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"The studies published here were chosen to demonstrate Bruckner's wide-ranging scientific interest in climate variability, his extensive empirical research and theoretical analysis of climate change, his assessment of contemporary analyses and thinking about anthropogenic climate change (such as the widespread concern about desiccation), and how he approached the questions of the transfer of scientific knowledge into society."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: History