KING'S COLLEGE GLOBAL WARMING BIBLIOGRAPHY COLLECTION

KING'S COLLEGE CLIMATE CHANGE BIBLIOGRAPHY COLLECTION   

This is the place to come for detailed information about greenhouse gases, the ozone layer, carbon trading and carbon sequestration, fossil fuels, renewables, nuclear energy, energy storage and distribution, climate change, and the hydrogen economy.

King's College Climate Change Bibliography and Book Collection covers a wide range of topics about global warming and views on it. The bibliography also covers the impact of global warming on the natural world: wildlife and biodiversity, ice and glaciers, deserts, rivers, coasts, storms and floods, droughts, heat waves, etc.

Find out how individuals and communities can adapt to survive climate change by adapting buildings, recycling, rationalizing transport systems, transforming food production, and limiting population growth. 

The bibliography and book collection also deals with the economics and politics of global warming, including migration, political conflicts, governance, and international negotiations. There is also a fascinating section of case studies from around the world under development.

This rich and comprehensive bibliography and book collection seeks to inform and interest everyone in arguably the most challenging issue affecting the world today.


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