The Global Climate Crisis: What To Do About It addresses the imminent need to fully understand the causes, effects, and evidence of global warming due to the large amount of climate disinformation and complexity of much of the available valid science. In this second edition, the authors broaden the understanding of global warming, bring new findings to light, and report on successes and failures when dealing with this global crisis. They address the science of global warming in a concise, readable manner while providing an in-depth reference for readers who want more details or to study the sources of information.
New developments are covered in this second edition such as advances in the deployment of renewable energy sources and the evolving status of climate change indicators They present a plan based on an established and economically feasible current technology to decrease greenhouse gas emissions. They note that while progress is being made, it is not happening fast enough or on a large enough scale to meet prescribed goals of limiting temperature increase.