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Many people are becoming worried about the possibility of melting ice caps causing
sea levels to rise. What part does increasing quantities of Carbon Dioxide play in
all this? What is it like to live in the shadow of a windfarm? Can windfarms cause
This book endeavours to explain (without being too technical) the different reasons
for climate change, and also the difference between naturally occurring and man-made
climate change. It also looks at the efforts being made to reduce carbon dioxide
and also if some of these changes are actually having the opposite effect.
Carbon Dioxide is not the most significant greenhouse gas, that honour is reserved
for water vapour, yet in many countries millions of pounds (or dollars) is wasted
trying to eradicate carbon dioxide - the main requirement for producing the air that
we breathe. Too little oxygen production will result in the entire population being
The effects of Climate Change involves everyone, no matter if they they are natives
gathered around a log fire or an executive driving a ‘Gas-Guzzling’ car. The contribution
that carbon dioxide (CO2) makes to climate change is actually unclear, however if
this heavier than air gas behaved in a manner that many would have us believe then
there just would not be enough carbon dioxide to produce the amount of oxygen required
for the 7 billion population of this planet to be able to breathe.
The fact that water vapour is more significant a greenhouse gas than CO2 is ignored
by many, partly because it is assumed to be almost totally natural rather than a
mixture of natural and man made like CO2. Should we actually ignore water vapour
when it automatically reduces the greenhouse gas role of CO2 to below (perhaps very
much below) 50%?
Expensive wind farms are being built to try and reduce carbon dioxide emissions but
there is also a suggestion that they could also contribute to climate change by altering
wind patterns and changing the ‘Jet-Stream’
Everyone should read this book to get a greater understanding of all the implications
of carbon dioxide and climate change.Click for excerpts from book