Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years
|Author||Siegfried Fred Singer, Dennis T. Avery|
|Publisher||Rowman & Littlefield|
|28 October 2006|
Unstoppable Global Warming: Every 1,500 Years is a book about climate change, written by Siegfried Fred Singer and Dennis T. Avery, which asserts that natural changes, and not CO2 emissions, are the cause of Global Warming. Published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2006, the book sold well and was reprinted in an updated edition in 2007.
The book ends with a chapter entitled "The ultimate failure of The Kyoto Protocol", which predicts that the Protocol will be unsuccessful in curtailing emissions. It covers the localised plummeting emissions associated with the collapse of the Soviet Union and what the book says is Russia's excess amount of Carbon Credits which, the book argues, will be purchased by European nations to offset their rising emissions.
The book has attracted polarized reactions. The Heartland Institute, which is known for its skepticism regarding global warming, arranged for the distribution of free copies to elected officials. Jay Lehr, the Heartland Institute's science director, wrote a favorable review in News Weekly, the newsletter of the Australian political movement National Civic Council, saying "The book is truly amazing! It meticulously supports, with hundreds of detailed, published references, the clear facts and conclusions that the Earth's climate has been travelling a well-defined roller-coaster path of temperature change for at least 900,000 years".
Economist Richard W. Rahn in The Washington Times welcomed it as "a wonderful new book". According to Rahn, the authors "provide overwhelming evidence" that warming would occur with or without mankind increasing CO2 emissions or doing anything else.
Climatologist Mike Hulme writing for The Guardian said, "Deploying the machinery of scientific method allows us to filter out hypotheses – such as those presented by Singer and Avery – as being plain wrong" and that the book "can be understood in a different way: as a challenge to the process of climate change science, or to the values they believe to be implicit in the science, rather than as a direct challenge to scientific knowledge".
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