\\P>\ DiMH S BOO K REVIEWS CLIMAT E CHANGE : CAUSES , EFFECTS,AN D SOLUTION S Joh n T. Hardy , 2003,26 0 pp., $45.00 , paperbound, John Wile y and Sons, ISBN 0-470-85019-1 t would be hard to argue that any other scientific the human dimensions of climate change. The first issue has captured the attention of the United States two of these chapters present information on climate public more than climate change over the past change's impact on human settlement and human decade. Reports on global warming, El Nino, and health, and the last two chapters describe potential an increase in severe weather frequently pop up in climate change mitigation activities, and the policy electronic and print media; movies and television and politics of climate change. miniseries depict fictional climatically-driven apoca- The three appendices present a listing of units lypses; and the Kyoto Protocol and related policy used in the science of climate change, a list of ab- issues have been included in presidential debates. In breviations and chemical symbols frequently used in short, the level at which climate change has permeated the description of climate change, and a list of Web and persisted in the public
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