Record nummer 1767552
Titel Man-made global warming: unravelling a dogma
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by Hans Labohm, Simon Rozendaal, Dick Thoenes
Auteur(s) Labohm, H. ; Rozendaal, S. ; Thoenes, D.
Uitgever Brentwood : Multi-Science
Jaar van uitgave 2004
Pagina's VIII, 92 p
ISBN 0906522250
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Trefwoorden (cab) opwarming van de aarde / klimaatverandering / broeikaseffect / politiek
Rubrieken Klimaatverandering
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) These three Dutchmen - respectively an international relations expert, a scientific journalist, and a chemical engineer (past chairman of the Royal Netherlands Chemical Society) - form part of that growing body of reasonable and qualified people who feel unease at the claims of 'scientific consensus' on climate change, and wonder at the policies flowing from those claims. If the science is flawed, plainly the policies are too. Worldwide, billions of public money will be mis-spent, unnecessary costs placed on existing industry, new industrial development hampered. Together, these three authors are well-placed to point up the weaknesses in the scientific argument that global warming is a man-made phenomenon, and are able to analyse that murky place where the needs for recognition, research grants and votes all come together. Could it really be the case that the 'global warming crisis' is really as much about careers and power as anything else?
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