Climate change is the most critical and controversial issue facing the world in the twenty-first century. Everyone agrees we must keep global warming to under 2˚C and under 1.5˚C if possible. But how can we do this while dealing with the other great challenges of our age: global poverty, population growth, environmental degradation and global security. Climate change seems too big to deal with but Professor Maslin shows us how we can save our Planet from climate change while improving everyone’s lives.
Mark Maslin is a Professor of Earth System Science at UCL. Maslin is a leading scientist with particular expertise in global and regional climatic change and has publish over 175 papers in journals such as Science, Nature, The Lancet and Nature Climate Change. He has written 11 books, over 50 popular articles and appears regularly on radio and television. His books include the high successful ‘Climate Change: A Very Short Introduction’ (OUP, 4th Edition 2021), The Cradle of Humanity (OUP, 2017), The Human Planet co-authored with Simon Lewis (Penguin, 2018) and now How to Save Our Planet: The Facts (Penguin 2021).
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