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The author, Tim Flannery, is a well recognized scientist himself
view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. The author, Tim Flannery, is a well recognized scientist himself. He begins the book by discussing his reservations about global warming, how scientists are supposed to be skeptical and how much data must be present before scientific consensus can occur. From there, he explains how he was convinced that climate change was real.
3 Some of the references Tim Flannery used to write We are The Weather Makers Parmesan, C. et al. 1999. Poleward Shifts in Geographical Ranges of Butterﬂy Species Associated with Regional Warming. Nature 399, pp. 579–84. Habitat Loss, Resource Specialisation, and Extinction on Coral Reefs. Global Change Biology 10, pp. 1642–47. 4 Some of the references Tim Flannery used to write We are The Weather Makers Pockley, P. 2003. Human Activities Threaten Coral Reefs with ‘Dire Effects’. Australasian Science JanFeb.
Tim Flannery’s The Weather Makers contributed in bringing the topic of global warming to worldwide prominence. Pulling on his expertise as a scientist to discuss climate change from a historical perspective, Flannery also explains how climate change is interconnected across the planet.
we are reaching a global climatic tipping point.
An international best seller embraced and endorsed by policy makers, scientists, writers and energy industry executives from around the world, Tim Flannery’s The Weather Makers contributed in bringing the topic of global warming to national prominence. With one out of every five living things on this planet committed to extinction by the levels of greenhouse gases that will accumulate in the next few decades, we are reaching a global climatic tipping point.
The Weather Makers was honoured in 2006 as 'Book of the Year' at the New South .
The Weather Makers was honoured in 2006 as 'Book of the Year' at the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards. Flannery's work in raising the profile of environmental issues was key to his being named Australian of the Year in 2007. Awarding the prize, former Prime Minister John Howard said that the scientist "has encouraged Australians into new ways of thinking about our environmental history and future ecological challenges. Tim Flannery (2009), Now or Never: Why we need to act now for a sustainable future Tim Flannery (2010), Here on Earth
The name of the blog was insipired by popular Tim Flannery’s book from 2005 which gives us a detailed summary of causes and predicted consequences of global warning. This blog will tell you about it all, but mostly about how we can stop it. We can’t deny the increase of carbon dioxide levels or the rise of temperatures all over the world which eventually leads to mass species extinctions, droughts and desertification.
Tim Flannery's international bestseller The Weather Makers changed minds and hearts about global warming. WE ARE THE WEATHER MAKERS is a great book for pre-teens and teens to learn about our climate and how it is changing. Starting out with how the carbon cycle works and how to learn to offset your carbon footprint, to sustainable energy sources such as the sun and wind power - this book covers it all.
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Flannery takes us on a journey through history and around the globe, writing about hurricanes and droughts, coral reefs and polar bears, and wind.
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In this adaptation of his massive international bestsellerThe Weather Makers, now revised for teen readers, Tim Flannery argues passionately and eloquently for the urgent need to address the global crisis that is threatening our survival. With expanded Canadian content and added illustrations, We Are the Weather Makers sets out, with devastating clarity, the science and evidence of global warming, and the perils of complacency.
Unimpeachable in its authority and empowering in its vision of what each of us can do to make a difference, The Weather Makers garnered praise from world leaders such as Tony Blair and John Howard, as well as from such esteemed writers and scientists as David Suzuki, Ronald Wright, John Polyani and Bill Bryson.
Now more readable than ever, and more relevant by the day, this global call to arms will continue to fuel discussion, inspire change and dominate bestseller lists. Recognizing that young people will pay the highest price for climate change, Flannery has written a young adult edition of his essential masterpiece that speaks thoughtfully, but never condescendingly, to the future caretakers of our planet.