C A [\ f A f A BOOK REVIEWS CLIMATE AFFAIRS: A PRIMER Michael H. Glantz, 2003, 291 pp., $40.00, hardbound, Island Press, ISBN 1-55963-918-0 t is well know n that Mickey Glantz has been one of activities can affect climate" (p. xiii). Interestingly, the a handful of true pioneers and leaders of "climate catalyst for this attempt to formalize a field was the I impacts" research for 30 years. Especially valuable 25th-anniversar y conference for the Marine Affairs in this role has been his editing of an impressive num - Progra m at the University of Washington , the progress and accomplishments of which apparently ber of books, 11 of which he has edited exclusively, 4 lead-coedited, and 2 coedited. In each of those edited prompte d and inspired Glantz's thinking in the par- allel area of "climate affairs." Glantz sees climate af- volumes , Glantz also authored or coauthored 1-4 chapters . His previous book, titled Currents of fairs as belonging under the rubric of sustainable de- velopment that, in simple terms, seeks to improve the Change: El Nino and La Nina Impacts on Climate and Society (Cambridge University Press), was issued in quality of life an
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