Don't Sell Your Coat
has proven to be not only one of the best-selling books on climate change, but possibly the best book on climate change, period.
Many educated people believe that mankind is hastening the destruction of the world through the emission of carbon dioxide. But the evidence to support this extreme view is eroding before our eyes. In this impossible-to-put-down book Harold Ambler presents the history of climate, and of climate change hysteria, in ways that are accessible to the average Joe or Jill.
Without compromising on scientific detail, Ambler spends each chapter focusing on a different facet of climate science including sunspots, tradewinds, computer modeling, and data collection. He also connects political stakeholders in the global warming arena to various distortions of the science. This distillation of information gives the reader the ability to decide whether global warming is a tangible threat or a convenient propaganda tool.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Harold Ambler has been writing about weather and climate for the past 20 years. He has degrees in English from Dartmouth and Columbia and started his career in journalism at The New Yorker. His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The AtlanticWire, wattsupwiththat.com, The Providence Journal, Rhode Island Monthly, Brown Alumni Monthly, and elsewhere. He co-wrote and edited a history of rowing for Brown University, published in 2009. He lives in Rhode Island.