The Weather of the Future

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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.[1] 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".[2][dead link]

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  1. ^ Michiko Kakutani. Warming Is Real. Now What? New York Times, August 2, 2010.
  2. ^ Carl Hartman. Climatologist urges reduction of man-made carbon dioxide emissions to limit global warming The Examiner, 2 August 2010.

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