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29 August 2008


Climate change, hope and the human condition - preview
Hell and High Water by Alastair McIntosh
  • Birlinn
  • ISBN: 978 841586229
  • £8
  • 99 paperback

  • Because he is so much in sympathy with many of the concerns of the Society of Friends, it is more than possible that Alastair McIntosh’s name is already known to you
  • He lives in Glasgow where he works as a writer, lecturer, social activist, broadcaster and campaigning academic at the University of Strathclyde (Human Ecology)

  • There are now a great number of books about climate change and global warming, including those that aim to tell us that global warming and its effects are the stuff of myth
  • It would therefore be possible for a book like this one (another book about climate change and its impact?) to become lost among the many
  • That would be a shame
  • This book has much that is exceptional to offer its readers

  • Greta McGough

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