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Climate change is doing enormous harm. Why do many Australians deny it? Can we avoid the worst...

Ralph Evans



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Fabgrove Pty Ltd
20 August 2020
Central government policies; Mathematics & Sciences; The environment; Global warming; Power generation & distribution
Toast describes the huge threat climate change poses to the world and to Australia in particular. It explains why this is so difficult to perceive. It sets out evidence that the climate scientists are right, not the denialists. It describes how powerful interests have spread false information to undermine the science and promote denial. It shows how a technological revolution is making renewable power cheap and will see electric vehicles replace most of those with internal combustion engines. It describes gridlock in energy and environmental policy in Australia. It concludes that we are toast , with warming of three degrees or more this century, unless there is bold new leadership - and that even then we are not certain of being able to pull enough carbon dioxide out of the air to halt damaging climate change.
By:   Ralph Evans
Imprint:   Fabgrove Pty Ltd
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 20mm
Weight:   531g
ISBN:   9780648880424
ISBN 10:   0648880427
Pages:   294
Publication Date:   20 August 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Ralph Evans has been a consultant in business strategy, head of the Australian Trade Commission and chairman of a venture capital fund. He trained as a chemical engineer at the University of Sydney and did his MBA at Stanford. He lives in Sydney.

Reviews for Toast: Climate change is doing enormous harm. Why do many Australians deny it? Can we avoid the worst effects?

Dr Bob Brown, founder of the Australian Greens Party, says... Ralph Evans lifts the lid off climate denialism. TOAST is a must-read for understanding this group-think threatening life on Earth. Ralp Evans puts them on toast!

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