The Weather of the Future
The Weather of the Future: Heat Waves, Extreme Storms, and Other Scenes From a Climate-Changed Planet (ISBN 978-0-06-172688-0) is a 2010 book by climatologist Heidi Cullen. Cullen takes as her starting point the "clear and present dangers" posed by the greenhouse gases which result from the burning fossil fuels. She offers a vision of what life might be like in a warmer world. Cullen predicts "more frequent and more violent storms, more hot spells, cold spells, droughts, famines and huge waves of desperate refugees".[dead link]
- Extreme weather
- Effects of global warming
- Global warming controversy
- Climate refugee
- The Weather Makers
- Storms of my Grandchildren
- Michiko Kakutani. Warming Is Real. Now What? New York Times, August 2, 2010.
- Carl Hartman. Climatologist urges reduction of man-made carbon dioxide emissions to limit global warming The Examiner, 2 August 2010.
|This article about a book on the environment is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|