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I have a problem with journalists. I would be more comfortable if Mark Lynus had a degree in physics or science rather than history and politics, all he can do is plagiarize on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ian
Largely a primer for further reading but some interesting statistics included.Published 12 months ago by Fleckers25
Mark Lynas has put into words what most level headed people already believed but don't have the facility to make those beliefs known.Published 12 months ago by Christopher Canning
Brief but insightful, overall, an excellent read. It brings home the almost apocalyptic future in store for us all. The book is accessible to kids. Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. O'Sullivan
A considered and informed look at the carbon question and nuclear power as means of tackling rising CO2 emissions for the next 20+ years.Published 13 months ago by Michael Tyrer
Mark makes a good point as to how our future energy needs have become misaligned with the rush to build renewables. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mysteron
Mark Lynas was an anti-nuclear campaigner who had not examined the facts about nuclear power until at a conference he realized that it is the major source of carbon dioxide free... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mr. J. Preedy