Elijah Hunter – Climate Change

Much has been said about global warming and climate change. There are, of course, both the proponents and the opponents of this environmental theory and both vigorous debate their ideological viewpoint with equal vigor. And now the debate has reached a truly global stage the United Nations, and none other than the Vatican’s Pope Francis himself have infused much of their energy and time debating the merits of deforestation and greenhouse gases.

In the wake of the pope’s monumental Apocalyptic Encyclical on climate change, this audiobook seeks to present both of the sides of the debate, but not only that, it seeks to invoke the thoughts of the listener so that after ingesting so much energy and theories around the subject they can create their own interpretation of this complicated and multifaceted topic of global warming and climate change!

Some topics covered are:

Homeostasis of the Earth: Can our planet heal itself?

The Al Gore debate: Science or sci-fi?

Global warming or Global cooling?

Who is responsible?

Can we survive?

Business as usual: A vision of the future!

Environmental justice


Author: Elijah Hunter
Narrator: Trevor Clinger
Duration: 46 minutes
Released: 15 Sep 2010
Publisher: RicTamily Publishers
Language: English

User Review:

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No matter your thoughts on climate change, this book will be of interest to you. Your political affiliation may affect the way you think about it though, as it does not support a lot of what Obama did while in office. Regardless, the book does provide BOTH sides of the argument. It will give you a lot of content to think upon, and it may change the way that you think about Global Warming and climate change.As a catholic, I wasn’t offended by the ideas about the pope, but I did appreciate the thoughts presented.

My personal thoughts do not matter in regard to this issue. All that matters is that I feel that this book did dig deep, and looked fairly at both sides, and allowed the listener to come up with their own opinions based on what was provided.

Clinger does a fine job narrating. He is efficient, adept at presenting the problems, and speaks clearly and effectively. He is easy to follow and understand. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.