Unstoppable global warming: every 1,500 years
Supported by in-depth scientific evidence, Singer and Avery present the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Unstoppable Global Warming explains why we're warming, why it's not very dangerous, and why we can't stop it anyway.
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The Kyoto Protocol finally took effect on 16 February 2005, more than seven
years after it was negotiated. At first glance, this seemed to be the moment of
triumph for the environmental movement and the United Nations'
Russia's Kyoto Minuet The terms of the Kyoto Protocol required the treaty to sign
up countries emitting more than 55 percent of the greenhouse gases before it
could go into effect. For Kyoto supporters, the only alternative to U.S. ratification ...
The EU economies have been limping along with twice the unemployment and
far lower growth, even without any severe emission cuts imposed under Kyoto.
Some jobs would be created through the Kyoto Protocol in member countries, but
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There used to be farms on Greenland -- just about 1000 years ago, well within the historical record. That's why they called it 'Green'-land. Now, of course, Greenland is too cold, but the ruins of the ... Read full review
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Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years, Part 1
Siegfried Fred Singer,Dennis T. Avery
Limited preview - 2007