Reports from a Warming Planet

  • by American RadioWorks
  • Narrated by uncredited
  • 0 hrs and 50 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

The early signs of climate change are showing up across vastly differing landscapes: from melting outposts near the Arctic Circle to disappearing glaciers high in the Andes; from the rising water in the deltas of Bangladesh to the "sinking" atolls of the Pacific.
Reports from a Warming Planet takes listeners to parts of the planet where global warming is already making changes to life and landscape. The reports demonstrate how climate change is no longer restricted to scientific modeling about the's happening now.


What the Critics Say

George Polk Award for radio reporting, 2006


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Customer Reviews

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Well narrated but not much meat

Very high level analysis of global warming. I liked the interviews but not much data to back up claims. Good for an intro into the subject.
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- W. W.

It's Not Just The Polar Bears Feeling The Heat

I enjoyed this book in regards to it taking the reader to places of the world that aren't often reported on and reporting some of the global climate changes that are taking place right here and now.

The report isn't one that is “hitting you over the head” with a lot of facts and figures, but reports in a way that is easy to grasp and understand, for everyone to understand.

I think you’ll enjoy listening to this report and hopefully it’ll help you to make up your own mind as to what’s actually going on with our world that we all inhabit.
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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-07-2006
  • Publisher: American Public Media