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This was a good idea for a book and it got off to a good start but it faded quickly. A little past the half way point of the book the writer falls into the same trap that many other books on climate change do - he began demonizing anyone who not only fail to agree with him but also those who agree but don't have the same worldview or philosophy as him. The book quickly became more about capitalism than about climate change. Many reports were referenced from the 1990s onward that, although they warns of the global threat of the climate change, because they don't embrace Mr. Dawson's personal philosophy and worldview they are ridiculed and demonized. This is when words like "racist" are broken out and used to describe the worldview of well established scholars and thinkers like Robert Kaplan.
I wish the author would have stayed on point bu this is something a lot of the books on climate change do. You can't be anti-climate change and also pro-innovation and markets at the same time in their view.