Global warming and climate change: A detailed briefing and analysis of why we aren’t fighting it.
Selected Parts Only (full book below) This document includes the abstract, preface, table of contents, summaries of Parts A and B, the first recommendation and main conclusions from my book on global warming. Those should give a good indication of what the book contains. The full 400-page book with about 180 charts and numerous quotes is available in ePub format from Amazon and other e-book retailers.
The complete, unabridged version of the book.
Provides a fairly comprehensive briefing or tutorial on multiple aspects of global warming or climate change in an easy-to-understand, relatively compact manner. Analyzes why governments and most citizens are not taking the problem seriously.
Describes global warming and humanities response to it from an interactive, multidisciplinary systems viewpoint, where the total system is comprised of earths natural systems linked to human social, economic, and political systems.
This case study is a description and analysis of the way Europe’s geo-political system evolved up to the beginning of WW1. It does not address the war itself. I could have described it in the manner history books and articles do, and that alone would have sufficed as an interesting example of how such societal systems can behave. But it wouldn’t have added any value to what’s been done elsewhere in the literature. Instead I’ve chosen to describe it in a different manner, namely in systems terms where I see it as a dynamic system that evolved step by step, over time, until a war broke out.