Singer, Siegfried Fred and Dennis T. Avery. Unstoppable global warming: every 1,500 years. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.
In this book, the author takes a stance through which he considers global warming to be inevitable. The author presents global warming as nothing more than a part of a cycle that is a constituent of the course of nature and therefore cannot be prevented through any means within human grasp. In doing so, the authors realize the presence of global warming as opposed to the body of literature that dispells the concept of global warming.
Zedillo, Ernesto, ed. Global warming: looking beyond Kyoto. Brookings Institution Press, 2008.
The authors base their books on the Kyoto Protocol and attempt to carry out an analysis of the scenario pertaining to global warming in terms of the economic, political and social perspectives. The authors put together a combination of qualitative and quantitative evidence to assert the need for looking beyond the Kyoto Protocol.