Living in the Hothouse

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Living in the Hothouse: How Global Warming Affects Australia is a 2005 book by Professor Ian Lowe which is a sequel to his Living in the Greenhouse (1989). The book presents a detailed analysis of climate change science and the likely impact of climate change in Australia. Living in the Hothouse also offers a critical overview of the Howard government's policy response to climate change in Australia.[1]

Ian Lowe, AO, is a scientist, environmental policy analyst, and president of the Australian Conservation Foundation, who has served on many federal, state and local government committees.[1]

Other books by Ian Lowe include Reaction Time and A Big Fix.

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  1. ^ a b Nothing but us Archived July 13, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.