“No, what we had for a violent and prolonged winter. Even in the low mountain range was no longer so long snow in years this year.” Of course, such carried forward in the supermarket theses may not necessarily require many years proven valid. But when Allerweltsthema weather we all want to have a say, and on that interpersonal communication needs, Sven to Plöger:
His book is an all-encompassing, very informative and always scientifically underpinned nonfiction – not easy to digest; reading already requires full concentration. Nevertheless, because everyone will be able to read it, it does not require prior knowledge nor does it swings to the level of studies in meteorology on. I have the clear structure of the book I made use (three parts with many sub-sections) and portioned my reading accordingly: So I could sit down in a pleasant way gradually to the entire contents apart. Especially helpful I found in this regard, “the book in the book”, you again get an overview very compact in the
Chapter 1 states that. “Climate change understand”. Here, Sven Plöger the categories of “weather” and “climate” over and looks at the factors that affect our climate, such as the greenhouse effect.
Chapter 2 is devoted Plöger the “Voices of interest” because the media, researchers, governments – all want to be heard when it comes to the climate
In Chapter 3 – “the chances for tomorrow” – represents the author that the issue of climate change is a global one.: the melting of the poles, the warming of the oceans, the CFC emissions and so on every continent, all states, all economies, all people. Therefore, we must communicate all of us and try to find a consensus. It should not pass over it, that each country has its own legitimate political priorities; the most violent effects of climate change – storms, floods, storms, tornadoes – experience the poorest countries so precisely that have just no money to consuming for their own protection and to initiate long-term strategies such. As the investment in alternative energy sources. The responsibility remains with the rich countries.
And it is in this context, I found the subsection “What can I do themselves” particularly informative, because I also, I have learned can with my ways in to act small (about saving energy) contribute to a better climate
Conclusion:. This was the first non-fiction book that I have read. It was an unusually strenuous reading. Although Plöger statements are not necessarily new and even I had heard much once before as a layman (it is estimated, after all, Sven Plöger extravagant explanations following the issues of the day), so I can say that the book is worth reading. Remarkably, I found also that Sven Plöger total takes a less pessimistic view than I had hitherto done; at least in my case, the book had so even a somewhat relaxing effect.