August 14, 2012

Climate Cover-Up: The Crusade to Deny Global Warming

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Yesterday was the hottest day I have ever seen recorded on our thermometer in the shade of the apple tree. The summer of 2012 has been filled with record breaking temperatures.

As people try to stay cool and healthy in the heat, there are still those staunch believers that climate change is not real. I sort of equate this with believing in the Easter Bunny or Santa Claus. Why have so many Americans been convinced the global warming is fake?

Climate Cover-Up: The Crusade to Deny Global Warming by James Hoggan should be mandatory reading for all deniers.

Talk of global warming is nearly inescapable these days -- but there are some who believe the concept of climate change is an elaborate hoax. Despite the input of the world's leading climate scientists, the urgings of politicians, and the outcry of many grassroots activists, many Americans continue to ignore the warning signs of severe climate shifts. How did this happen? Climate Cover-up seeks to answer this question, describing the pollsters and public faces who have crafted careful language to refute the findings of environmental scientists. Exploring the PR techniques, phony "think tanks," and funding used to pervert scientific fact, this book serves as a wake-up call to those who still wish to deny the inconvenient truth.
This is the kind of book that gets me riled up. David Suzuki describes the books as, "Climate Cover-Up documents one of the most disgusting stories ever hidden about corporate disinformation. What you'll discover in this book amounts to proof of an intergenerational crime."
 

If you can get the deniers you know to read this book, I am sure their minds will be changed. I can only handle little bits of it at a time and must use the information for empowerment rather than depression.

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Posted by Jennifer Lance at August 14, 2012 10:55 AM

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