Candler, Wilfred. Global Warming: The Answer: (The Energy Dividend). Bloomington: AuthorHouse, 2007.
Wilfred Candler sheds light in global warming according to which global warming is an occurrence that is taking place as a result of man’s intervention in the carbon cycle. The author takes on a rare perspective according to which Global Warming is linked more closely to economics than one would give it credit for. Fundamentally, the author asserts that there is a strong need for modern day society to function without relying on fossil fuel to sustain itself.
Silver, Jerry. Global Warming and Climate Change Demystified. New York: McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008.
Following an inductive approach of sorts, the author delves into the foundations of the concept of global warming through an expansive amount of scientific data. The book offers a detailed insight into global warming trends and their subsequent implications. Besides being highly comprehensive, the book also provides a detailed discussion on alternatives to carbon based fuel sources.
Johnson, Rebecca L. Understanding Global Warming. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 2008.
The author in this book takes on an approach that tends to initially realize and then engage the presence and occurrence of global warming. The book comes across as highly informational as the author presents the reader with a reflection of the school of thought that aims to prevent Global Warming from having adverse implications on the planet.