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The Global Climate System Review

The Global Climate System Review

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Published by World Meteorological Organization .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12900447M
ISBN 109263108196
ISBN 109789263108197

  The author, Okimoto, did not try to make the book all encompassing about climate change or global warming. The story centers on one aspect of climate change, global warming. For younger readers that is probably a reasonable choice. It has accurate pictures of global warming consequences in the Arctic, but little science background as to why.   Burning Worlds is Amy Brady’s monthly column dedicated to examining trends in climate fiction, or “cli-fi,” in partnership with Yale Climate ibe to her monthly newsletter to get “Burning Worlds” and other writing about art and climate change delivered straight to your inbox. This year brought bleak news on climate change, but as if heeding a call to action, writers.


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