‘The Uninhabitable Earth – a Story of the Future’ by David Wallace Wells
You asked for details on books that might be of interest. I have just finished reading ‘The Uninhabitable Earth – a Story of the Future’ by David Wallace Wells
It is an extremely well researched book that draws its material from a wider range of scientific material on climate change – almost 60 pages of notes and references – but it does it in a way which is accessible. I feel I can’t do any better in terms of a review than to refer to the assessment by Mark O’Connell of the Guardian
‘Enough to induce an honest to god panic attack ….a brutal portrait of climate change and our future lives on earth… extremely effective in shaking the reader out of complacency …… To read the Uninhabitable Earth is to understand the collapse of the distinction between alarmism and plain realism.