In Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming, Moore argues that in this case, as in so many others, conventional wisdom is wrong.
Author: Thomas Gale Moore
Publisher: Cato Institute
Category: Business & Economics
In Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming, Moore argues that in this case, as in so many others, conventional wisdom is wrong. If global warming were to occur, it would not be the disaster that many doomsayers have predicted. Instead, most people would actually benefit from the slightly higher temperatures it would produce.
Why We Shouldn't Worry about Global Warming Thomas Gale Moore. Overall Health Effects A number of researchers have found a negative relationship between temperature and mortality and / or a correlation between season and death rates ...
Author: Thomas Gale Moore
Publisher: Cato Institute
The book calls into question the entire campaign led by Vice President Al Gore and others to ratify the proposed treaty on global warming scheduled to be debated in the U.S. Senate early in 1998.
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public WorksPublish On: 2011
Cato Institute , 1992 ) ; Patrick J. Michaels and Robert C. Balling , The Satanic Gases : Clearing the Air about Global Warming ( Washington , D.C .: Cato Institute , 2000 ) ; Thomas Gale Moore , Climate of Fear : Why We Shouldn't Worry ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works
Ross Gelbspan, The Heat Is On: The High Stakes Battle over Earth's Threatened Climate (New York: Addison-Wesley, ... Thomas Gale Moore, Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming (Washington, D.C.: Cato Institute, ...
Author: Judith A. Layzer
Publisher: CQ Press
Category: Political Science
Answers to environmental issues are not black and white. Debates around policy are often among those with fundamentally different values, and the way that problems and solutions are defined plays a central role in shaping how those values are translated into policy. The Environmental Case captures the real-world complexity of creating environmental policy, and this much-anticipated Fifth Edition contains fifteen carefully constructed cases. Through her analysis, Sara Rinfret continues the work of Judith Layzer and explores the background, players, contributing factors, and outcomes of each case, and gives readers insight into some of the most interesting and controversial issues in U.S. environmental policymaking.
Indur Goklany is another environmental skeptic who concedes that global warming is a serious problem. See note 81 above. 106. ... In his book Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry about Global Warming (1998).
Author: Richard A. Posner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Catastrophic risks are much greater than is commonly appreciated. Collision with an asteroid, runaway global warming, voraciously replicating nanomachines, a pandemic of gene-spliced smallpox launched by bioterrorists, and a world-ending accident in a high-energy particle accelerator, are among the possible extinction events that are sufficiently likely to warrant careful study. How should we respond to events that, for a variety of psychological and cultural reasons, we find it hard to wrap our minds around? Posner argues that realism about science and scientists, innovative applications of cost-benefit analysis, a scientifically literate legal profession, unprecedented international cooperation, and a pragmatic attitude toward civil liberties are among the keys to coping effectively with the catastrophic risks.
Minger . T. J. , Eds . , 1990 : greenhouse Glasnost : The Crisis of Global Warming . Ecco Press New York , pp . 292 . Moore , Thomas . “ The Effects of Global Warming . " Climate of Fear , Why We Shouldn't Worry about Global Warming .
Author: Narottam Gaan
Publisher: Gyan Publishing House
Category: Climatic changes
Accustomed to understanding security primarily a matter spatial exercise in distancing and boundary making on the part of states and their military alliances to secure borders and institutions from outside threats, the nations of the world have so far given a short shrift to the gravity of environmental degradation as a factor or catalyst of intrastate or interstate conflict, or at worst, a security threat to entire humanity until the shafts of retaliatory responses of the infuriated climate change to the cloddish and brutish power of the rich industrialized nations to destroy it by its emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, pointed toward man menacing with funereal and cascading consequences of global warming. Thus, climate change, which has so far been on the fringe of human concern, or in American President s view a myth or a hoax, has catapulted into the center stage of great political flare up among the nations of the world on the issue of apportioning the responsibility on rich industrialized nations or the populous South to mitigate the dangers of climate change, which seems to be mired in the contradiction between North s advocacy of inequity in having uncontested access to the atmosphere as carton sinks, and equity while disabusing the atmosphere of the carbon debris. Not walking on trodden furrows, this book expatiates on the desideratum of a paradigm shift from faith in the Newtonian mechanistic view of the universe to a faith in the profundity of Eastern wisdom and new insights presently found in science, which see both nature and human beings as warp and woof woven beautifully into the divine tapestry.
Climate of Fear : Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming . Washington , DC : Cato Institute , 1998 , pp . 156-157 . p . 69 , par . 3 , Mario Lewis , " The Anti - Power Act , " National Review Online , Guest Comment , June 26 ...
Author: Kathiann M. Kowalski
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Defines and discusses global warming, its possible effects on the world, and arguments about whether or not such a phenomenon is really occurring.
Not all published works see the increase of carbon dioxide and global warming as harmful or of concern. In his Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming (Cato Institute, 1998), Thomas Gale Moore, a senior fellow at ...
Author: Arthur Upgren
Publisher: Hachette UK
Scientists have delved deep into the smallest particles of matter and have extended their view to the far reaches of the universe, but still seem unable to predict the temperature five days hence. In this intriguing book, two scientists examine recent progress in the fields of meteorology and climatology. Amid colorful anecdotes of the Galapagos, Siberia, and places closer to home, they describe the earth's atmosphere, its origin and structure, and the forces that have shaped and continue to affect it. They explore temperature, pressure, and other properties of air and weather, including warm and cold fronts, highs and lows, clouds, trade winds, prevailing westerlies, and sky phenomena such as rainbows, halos, coronae, and sun dogs. The authors end with a discussion of the major threats to earth's atmosphere brought on by human activity, including global warming and ozone depletion, and argue that pure science -- not politics -- should dictate our policy responses.
Climate of Fear : Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming . Washington , D.C .: Cato Institute . Nakićenović , Nebojša , and Rob Swart , eds . 2000. Emission Scenarios . Cambridge , U.K .: Cambridge University Press .
Author: Robert Shackleton
Publisher: Congressional Budget Office
Category: Carbon dioxide mitigation
This Congressional Budget Office (CBO) study--prepared at the request of the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Science--presents an overview of issues related to climate change, focusing primarily on its economic aspects. The study draws from numerous published sources to summarize the current state of climate science and provide a conceptual framework for addressing climate change as an economic problem. It also examines public policy options and discusses the potential complications and benefits of international coordination. In keeping with CBO's mandate to provide impartial analysis, the study makes no recommendations.
Climate of Fear: Why We Shouldn't Worry About Global Warming. Cato Institute, Washington, DC, USA. Morrison, J.I.L., and Morecroft, M.D. 2006. Plant Growth and Climate Change. Blackwell Science Publications, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA.
Author: William V Dashek
Publisher: CRC Press
Biological Environmental Science is an introductory textbook for undergraduate students who desire a one semester course or, alternatively, a springboard course for advanced environmental offerings. This book features timely issues such as global warming, air, ground and water pollutions, population growth, species extinction and environmental poli