Climate of Extremes: Annotated Bibliography

Michaels, Patrick J. and Robert C. Balling. Climate of extremes: global warming science they don’t want you to know. Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, 2009.

The authors take on a critical perspective to what they consider is a growing degree of interest and hype in the occurrence of Global Warming. Through this publication, the authors contest the considered exaggeration with which the possible consequences of global warming are reported. In each chapter, the authors address a potential implication of Global Warming and eventually attempt to bring Global Warming forth as a phenomenon that is anything but severe.

Victor, David G. The collapse of the Kyoto Protocol and the struggle to slow global warming. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2001.

Although not a very recent publication, the book takes on an approach through which the Kyoto Protocol is shown to have failed in more ways than one. The author presents Global warming in a perspective through which it becomes evident that the author believes Global Warming as a problem that cannot be solved without coalition on a global scale.

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