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Since I spend a lot of time with high school students, it's rare that I even have the radio on in my car as I am driving home. When I DO turn it on, about the only thing that I listen to is NPR.
Today's show, titled "fresh air" included a discussion of a book titled, " Losing Earth - The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change". If you are ambitious, you can read the entire book on the New York Times website:
Since I found the discussion interesting, I stopped by the local library to see if they had a copy, and discovered ANOTHER new book about climate change on the "new releases" pile. This one is titled "Uninhabitable Earth - Life After Warming", by David Wallace-Wells. Although it's a short book, there are an ADDITIONAL 65 pages of bibliography, so it's obviously a well-researched book. The book covers a wide variety of causes, so it's not surprising at all that Trump gets cited numerous times.