Description

The attempted cures for climate change are generally worse than the disease—especially for the poor. In this groundbreaking volume, experts in all the fields related to climate change explain for laymen what we know about climate change and evaluate from a Christian perspective the proposed responses.

Demands to transform the global energy infrastructure to depend heavily on wind, solar, and other renewables are harmful to people in America and the world–especially to the poor. Meanwhile, continued large-scale use of traditional energy sources like nuclear, hydro, and fossil fuels would reduce poverty while doing less harm to the environment.

Climate and Energy: The Case For Realism combines outstanding climate science, physics, economics, environmental science, political science, ethics, and theology to present a well-reasoned understanding of human-induced climate change and how to respond to it.

Reviews

“I highly recommend this timely book for anyone trying to make sense of these issues.”

Guillermo Gonzalez, Ph.D., astronomer, Tellus1 Scientific, LLC, co-author of The Privileged
Planet

“These authors are willing to question orthodoxy and follow the science where it leads.”

Douglas W. Domenech, former assistant secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior

“In a world filled with climate hysteria, calmer, more reasoned voices carefully study the
science, weigh the facts, and offer realistic assessments and solutions.”

Janet Parshall, nationally syndicated radio talk show host

“A strong case for the middle ground between denying climate change and catastrophizing it....”

Joseph Schaafsma, professor emeritus, Department of Economics, University of Victoria

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