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The Suicidal Planet
By Mayer Hillman with Tina Fawcett and Sudhir Chella Rajan

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The Suicidal Planet
How to Prevent Global Climate Catastrophe
By Mayer Hillman with Tina Fawcett and Sudhir Chella Rajan
Thorndike Press Large Print Edition, (2007)
ISBN 10: 0-7862-9670-4
ISBN 13: 978-0-7862-9670-5
Genre: Science, Environment

Reviewed by Angela Evans - August 9, 2007

Ever wonder what, exactly, global warming is, or what is meant by climate change? Or, what can you do to help prevent it from getting any worse? If you've ever asked either of these, or similar questions, you'll want to read The Suicidal Planet: How to Prevent Global Climate Catastrophe, by Mayer Hillman with Tina Fawcett and Sudhir Chella Rajan. Within the pages of this amazing book, the authors clearly and succinctly explain exactly what global warming is, how it is being caused, and the dangers that it poses not only to the planet - but also to life as we know it. In addition, the authors examine the ofttimes simple changes that you, and those around you, can make to reduce the impact of global warming.

The information presented in The Suicidal Planet is organized into three thematic sections: The Suicidal Planet is an eye opening book that is a must read for anyone concerned about the environment and the environmental legacy that we are leaving behind for our children. The language used in this book is conversational, and technical terms are kept to a minimum. The text is enhanced by the inclusion of several charts and graphs, as well as a brief resource list of websites and organizations that you can contact for more information about global warming. I found the information presented in this book to be accurate and balanced, and it offers the most succinct overview of the global warming problem that I've come across - and the first one to be published in large print! I highly recommend this book to general readers, environmentalist, and all concerned citizens.

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