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Publisher's Summary

What is global warming? Is the world really getting hotter? Is it our fault? What might happen and are we too late to act? Our best-selling backgrounder, Global Warming, tackles the big questions around climate change. In only 120 minutes, this pithy pocket guide will quickly get you up to speed on the world's biggest issue.
©2008 Pocket Issue (P)2008 Pocket Issue
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Critic Reviews

"Prep yourself by keeping the one on global warming in the downstairs loo..." ( The Spectator)
"For everyone who longs to be well-informed but lacks the time (or attention span)."( The Observer)
"So much information, so little time. But audio technology can help." ( Karen Robinson, The Sunday Times)
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4 out of 5 stars
By Tatsuno on 11-14-16

this is good, audible needs better options

this is a good book for those who don't really know much about climate change. they machine gun "just the facts" at you from a British Centric perspective. this makes the book informative, but some of the information is out of date.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Kevin R ivey on 12-02-09

LEFT ME COLD!!!

Heavily geared towards UK readers. Started out with a fairly balanced approach but ended up sounding like a Greenpeace propaganda piece.

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