...the presence of a co-writer adds to the charm of the story, for Robert Kunzig seems to have fallen for Mr Broecker and his world. It is easy to see why. (Mr Kunzig) has a lovely appreciation of the poetry of science. Buy this one. Forget the rest. (The Economist (US Edn.)
...has made the topic not merely interesting, but fascinating... there may be hope for us yet. (Sunday Business Post (Ireland)
We've heard a lot about climate change - but what can we do about it? Wallace Broecker, the eminent scientist who coined the term global warming way back in 1975, believes in a solution emerging on the horizon: 'artificial trees' designed to remove CO2 directly from the air.