In A Friend of the Earth, "America's most imaginative contemporary novelist" (Newsweek) blends idealism & satire in a story that addresses the ultimate questions of human love & the survival of the species.
This book explains the science of climate change in plain language and shows that the 2 to 4 percent of climate scientists who are skeptical that humans are the main cause of global warming are a fringe minority--and have a well-established history of being wrong.
Use our interlibrary loan service once you've determined the item you want is unavailable via CWRU libraries and OhioLINK.
For Further Reading...
Browsing: While you'll probably have the best luck searching the catalog for books on your topic, you may want to check out the books shelved in the following call number range in the KSL 3rd floor stacks: