Climate change / edited by the New York Times editorial staff
Book | New York Times Educational Publishing | 2019 | First edition.
Available at WCTC Social Issues Collection (QC981.8.C5 C556 2019)

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First edition.
224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
In English.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 216-220) and index.
Early warnings : the 1940s-1960s. Warming Arctic climate melting glaciers faster, raising ocean level, scientist says / Gladwin Hill -- Warmer climate on the Earth may be due to more carbon dioxide in the air / Waldemar Kaempffert -- Scientists agree world is colder, but climate experts meeting here fail to agree on reasons for change / Walter Sullivan -- Heating up : the 1970s. The need to work in concert was clear / Walter Sullivan -- Climate changes endanger world's food output / Harold M. Schmeck, Jr. -- Scientists ask why world climate is changing / Walter Sullivan -- Scientists warn of expected rise of carbon dioxide content in air / Walter Sullivan -- Worldwide effort is proposed to study climate and its impact / by The New York Times -- Increased burning of fuels could alter climate / Walter Sullivan -- Scientists vs. skeptics: the 1980s. Warming of world's climate expected to begin in the '80's / by The New York Times -- Scholars ask for action now to save global environment / Philip Shabecoff -- Man said to tax earth's systems / Philip Shabecoff -- Global warming has begun, expert tells Senate / Philip Shabecoff -- Major 'Greenhouse' impact is unavoidable, experts say / Philip Shabecoff -- Draft report on global warming foresees environmental havoc in U.S. / Philip Shabecoff -- E.P.A. proposes rules to curb warming / Philip Shabecoff -- White House admits censoring testimony / Philip Shabecoff -- Governments start preparing for global warming disasters / Wuilliam K. Stevens -- Skeptics are challenging dire 'Greenhouse' views / William K. Stevens -- Do we have to take action? the 1990s. Bush's 'Whitewash effect' on warming / James H. Scheuer -- To skeptics on global warming... / Al Gore, Jr. -- Loss of tropical forests is found much worse than was thought / Philip Shabecoff -- Thinning Arctic ice / by The New York Times -- Earlier harm seen in global warming / William K. Stevens -- Scientists urging gas emission cuts / Marlise Simons -- Separate studies rank '90 as world's warmest year / William K. Stevens -- Pro-coal ad campaign disputes warming idea / Matthew L. Wald -- Global warming experts call human role likely / William K. Stevens -- Meeting reaches accord to reduce greenhouse gases / William K. Stevens -- Industrial group plans to battle climate treaty / John H. Cushman, Jr. -- Reality sinks in : the 2000s. A shift in stance on global warming theory / Andrew C. Revkin -- 178 nations reach a climate accord. U.S. only looks on / Andrew C. Revkin -- Politics reasserts itself in the debate over climate change and its hazards / Andrew C. Revkin -- Bush vs. the Laureates : how science became a partisan issue / Andrew C. Revkin -- Warning of Calamites and hoping for a change in 'An inconvenient truth' / A.O. Scott -- Talks begin on new international climate treaty / Thomas Fuller -- Years later, climatologist renews his call for action / Andrew C. Revkin -- The consequences : 2010 and beyond. Nations approve landmark climate accord in Paris / Coral Davenport -- Scientists, feeling under siege, march against Trump policies / Nicholas St. Fleur -- The U.S. is the biggest carbon polluter in history. It just walked away from the Paris climate deal / Justin Gillis and Nadja Popovich -- Bucking Trump, these cities, states and companies commit to Paris Accord / Hiroko Tabuchi and Henry Fountain -- How G.O.P. leaders came to view climate change as fake science / Coral Davenport and Eric Lipton -- Climate change is complex. We've got answers to your questions / Justin Gillis.
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