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    Why we Argue about Climate Change
    Why we Argue about Climate Change
    A new perspective on a diabolical problem. Climate change, one of the most polarising issues of our time, has reached a political deadlock in the battle of sceptics and believers. But it doesn't have to be that way. In <i>Why We Argue about Climate Change</i>, Eric Knight unpicks the misconceptions that keep us arguing about, and stop us seeing, the nature of the problem - and its solutions. Why can't we learn anything about climate change from snowdrifts or scorching hot days? And whom should we listen to - scientists or politicians - to find answers? With optimism and clarity, Knight cuts through the distractions that surround the debate, arguing that wasteful consumption is nothing more than a red herring, while we have much to learn from China's frugal innovations in clean technology. As politicians and commentators continue to squabble, <i>Why We Argue about Climate Change</i> is essential reading for those who want to solve the puzzle of climate change rather than argue about the weather. This short book draws on, expands and updates chapters from Eric Knight's Reframe.
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    Eric Knight
    Genre Science
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    Black Inc. Publishing
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