William Marsden, author of Fools Rule

Canadian journalist William Marsden tells us about his new book, “Fools Rule - Inside The Failed Politics Of Climate Change”. Described by its publisher as a rage-inciting polemic about the global failure to deal with climate change, the book explains that it only takes a few degrees of change in the median temperature to tip the world into an ice age, or a disastrous warming.

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