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Scientific American ran an issue with several features re: Lomborg a few
years ago. I don't know of a single book as such.

The field of good books about the science of climate change out there are
quite good. For obvious reasons I tend to gravitate towards
paleoclimate-oriented ones, but there are atmospheric chemistry & physics
type ones, too.

Augusto Haro wrote:
> 2010/2/11 Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. <tholtz@umd.edu>:
>> And climate change deniers.
> I can see how the climate change deniers get press, as there are
> corporative interests against reducing emission, but not so much for
> the other guys... (well, widespread simple biblical literallism
> tradition may account for others).
> Somewhat off-topic: did someone put all criticism against Lomborg in a
> book? For an ignorant like me, the impression is that Wikipedia tries
> to be "balanced" regarding his book.

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