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I vote for "Merchants of Doubts"! I vote for "Merchants of Doubts"! ❤️❤️❤️ Can u recommend something to read to young children? I've only read "This Changes Everything" out of those, and found it horribly bad. I wonder if you've read "The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels" by Alex Epstein - it could be nice to hear your reflections about it. The Uninhabitable Earth A Story Of The Future - David Wallace-Wells
There were a lot of new words and sentences were complex, for me; it was very hard to read. Probably it is for advance readers... Hi Simon, can you recommend a book so I can get to grips with the basic science behind climate change? Thanks Amazing I am doing a legal dissertation on the laws on international climate change it’s interesting Lol we'll here in the US there are people who are on a whole other level of climate denial, as in thinking it's a conspiracy to overthrow the US or kill of humans, or some illuminati conspiracy...I am not over exxagerating. Some of these people fight hard to remain proactively as ignorant as possible. Interesting choice of books, slanted towards the notion that climate change is already at a crisis stage, or will be, in a few years. I would suggest a more balanced selection. Great list, but somehow it feels incomplete, missing James Hansen's Storms of my Grandchildren. Every book he mention about opposing opinion are written by people who think exactly as he does. What's the point of knowing why people doubt something if it's not by the same people who actually doubt it?
I don't like this at all. You should have suggested a book from a skeptics, but you didn't and this is very dishonest.
If you are wondering why people doubt it's exactly because of these things Two books worth adding to the list are False Alarm by Bjorn Lomborg and Unsettled by Steven Koonin. So... you think deniers are going to read books on climate change? ...because if they don't we ain't gonna make it Doc. hysterical science is not credible and replicable science climate change will be handled just fine and will not cause the catastrophic end of mankind as predicted by fools like Clark if you want to understand climate science, watch Dr. Willie Soon and people that suck at thinking are this guy and Ms Klein.....and who wants to reduce CO2 levels as any credible climate scientist know that it is not the driver of the climate warming and trying to sequester is will piss away trillions of $$ Can you review Less is More by Jason Hickel? It is pretty radical and I am curious what's your take on it. Or maybe generally make a video about de-growth and whether you support this idea. Hello Simon, I'm Leo I'm 7 from London. Thank you for your video. I've made a review of Ben Lerwill's Climate rebels. You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QHVnHxf_tQNa Question 1: Just how bad is it really? 1:05 Uninhabitable Earth. Q2: How do we know that climate change is actually happening? 2:25 Discovery of Global Warming or IPCC report. Q3: Why do so many people think climate change isn't real? alternatively, Why has so little been done? 3:45 Merchants of Doubt. Bonus recommendation: Don't Even Think About It. Q4: What is being done about cllimate change? 6:00 This Changes Everything. (about fossil fuels and neoliberal economics, from a leftwing perspective) Q5: What can we do about climate change? 7"30 Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Climate Change. Links (affiliate links for purchase) are in the description. Want to do something about climate change? Read „We are the Weather“ by Jonathan Foer. IMO it gives hope and motivation to take action, through comparisons with other crises through history. A must read for anyone who has the privilege to choose what food they eat (some people unfortunately live in Food deserts, SOURCE: paper: „The Hidden Dangers of Fast and Processed Food“ published in AJLM). Not including a book of the opposing POV... That says all we need to know about your recommendations.