Book: Understanding Global Warming by Mark Mullencategories: Book, Nonfiction, Paris Accords, Carbon Dioxide, Climate Change, Temperature Rising, Global Warming
Mark Mullenabout this book: The media, politicians, and Hollywood like to warn us about the impact of man-made carbon dioxide on global warming. But can carbon dioxide, which makes up a minuscule portion of the atmosphere (less than one-half of one percent), be exclusively responsible for global warming? Or are there other factors at play? You might be surprised to learn the answers to these questions.
Who is really driving the global warming alarm, science or politics? Global agreements such as the Paris Accords sound like good ideas, but are they really? Saving the planet from rising surface temperatures may not be the primary goal of these covenants. Understanding Global Warming will open your eyes to the rhetoric and facts surrounding global warming.
Mark Mullen is an award winning author, educator, social scientist, political observer, and award winning author with more than 30 years' experience as a leader in the public sector. Mullen writes about America's political, business, cultural, educational, and social anxieties.
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