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Author Singer, S. Fred (Siegfried Fred), 1924- author.

Title Hot talk, cold science : global warming's unfinished debate / S. Fred Singer with David R. Legates and Anthony R. Lupo ; forewords by Frederick Seitz and William Happer.

Edition Revised and expanded third edition.
Publication Info. Oakland, California : Independent Institute, [2021]
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Description xix, 234 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 24 cm.
Series Independent institute studies in political economy
Summary "Incorporating recent developments in science, economics, and public policy, Hot Talk, Cold Science, 3rd Edition is a badly needed de-coding device to a sprawling, highly technical literature, giving readers a clear understanding of what scientists and policymakers know about climate change-and what they don't. By separating rhetoric from reality, this well-timed release allows readers to better detect and think beyond the hyperbole and propaganda all-too-common in media coverage of this heated subject. The stakes in this global debate, Dr. Singer reminds us, are monumental. With some calling for restrictions or carbon taxes to reduce the use of fossil fuels and get climate change under control, and others warning that impeding access to affordable energy would consign large segments of the world's population to deeper, more prolonged poverty, the only ground shared by all sides may be a burning sense of urgency for more research and education. By bringing vital but often neglected findings to the forefront of the reading public, Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming's Unfinished Debate, 3rd Edition can play a critical part in stimulating fresh discussion on the most important scientific and policy issue of our times"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-213) and index.
Subject Global warming -- Research.
Global temperature changes.
Greenhouse effect, Atmospheric.
Added Author Legates, David R., author.
Lupo, Anthony R., 1966- author.
ISBN 9781598133417 (cloth)
9781598133424 (trade paperback)
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