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Ireland's Burning: How Climate Change Will Affect You

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Climate change is the biggest threat to our planet today. Rising temperatures and shifting weather patterns are projected to create havoc. The issue has been hotly debated by experts and policy-makers; it is now widely accepted that human activity has played a crucial part in climate change. Few now deny the urgency of the situation.
But how will climate change affect Irela
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Paperback, 319 pages
Published 2008 by Poolbeg Press
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Nov 16, 2016 Clare O'Beara rated it it was amazing
Journalist Paul Cunningham reports on the environment and this is a roundup of interviews from 2008. Already it feels very dated because of the economic crash and the Paris Cop21 Summit. But it's well worth the read. From the Met Office to professors, all of whom provided reviews of the IPCC's five-yearly reports, we see that Ireland is not on the fringe but in the thick of the conversation about the climate.

Kevin Myers, journalist and professional curmudgeon, is the sole voice shown saying he
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