Climate Peril: The Intelligent Reader's Guide to Understanding the Climate Crisis

Many busy professionals throughout the world today are deeply concerned about the impacts of climate change from both a micro and macro-economic perspective (as well as for social and environmental reasons) and are wondering whether society can make the vast changes in energy and land use needed to protect our climate. Climate Peril: The Intelligent Reader's Guide to Understanding the Climate Crisis (Northbrae Books, 2014) by Dr. John J. Berger, tackles these and other momentous issues in an easily understood and compelling book. A clean, crisp book summary would interest your audience as it would provide an informed introduction to the topic of climate change; how it can directly impact their professional and personal lives; and what they can do both to prepare for inevitable changes and to protect the climate.

John J. Berger Ph.D, Northbrae Books, 2014-04-12
ISBN: 9780985909239
Language: English

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