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Field Notes from a Catastrophe by Elizabeth Kolbert
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Sep 24, 2007

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bookshelves: common-reading-experience, nonfiction
Read in October, 2007

An awesome book that made me really think the history and evidence of Global Warming. I just wanted it to be more personable. It's almost too full of facts and journalistic writing that sometimes I couldn't help to get bored or tired. Yes, Global Warming exists. Now I want to see a book that makes Global Warming more "human." In other words, I want to see a book that meshes the scientific evidence of GW to human life. Anybody know of one?

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