‘All you need to know about Climate Change… in cartoons’

‘All you need to know about Climate Change… in cartoons’ celebrates 10 years of cartooning since the Climategate story broke. It covers climate science and scientists, uncertainty, weather, energy, politics, the Green Blob, the BBC, climate heroes, the environment, renewables, fracking and the future. And it still manages to be a mercifully short and easy to read book with, of course, loads of cartoons! 

It is the ideal Christmas present to encourage any sceptic and to challenge alarmists everywhere, while entertaining everyone in between. It is available for £14.99 at Lulu and should be on Amazon, other online retailers fairly soon.

Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu.

For the book launch in November I am selling copies at a shocking discount of just £10. The first 120 books have been signed on the 10th anniversary of the first Climategate post, 19th November. 

You can buy a copy with a calendar on the Calendar 2020 page.

If you wish to buy a signed copy on it’s own please use the options at the web page here at the bottom.

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19 thoughts on “‘All you need to know about Climate Change… in cartoons’

  1. Who do I contact to get an invite to Josh’s book launch? I’m already a supporter of at least one organization headquartered at that address, the TaxPayers’ Alliance. I’ll buy a copy or two there, and shake his hand too.

  2. Josh had me proofread the text a few months ago, so I can tell you this. Without any question, BUY IT. You’ll learn while you’re having fun.

    Sincerely,
    Bob Tisdale

      • You’re welcome twice over, Josh.

        Thank you for the pleasure of previewing this wonderful book.

        How much did I enjoy it? When it’s available through Amazon or other online retailers, I’ll be happy to buy a copy for my library of books by skeptics.

        Sincerely,
        Bob

    • “Josh had me proofread the text a few months ago”

      One nitpick: When using the yr-mo-da format, it “signals” that that format is being used by employing hyphens as separators. It’s in the language of the official standard somewhere.

      • Oops—I just realized that in the UK it’s normal to use the da mo yr format, which is likely what was intended by 19 11 19.

    • Bob Tisdale
      November 19, 2019 at 9:09 am

      My wife knows that I always do what I’m told so I have just bought one! Hopefully it’ll arrive here in NZ in time for a good Christmas read. Thanks Josh for spending so much time on this important topic for us all.

  3. I like to think of it as the “Green Blight”, dissecting the land with its scalpels… blades, and covering the grass with its inorganic panels. That said, the Green Blight is separable from local, integrated realizations, which have reasonable niche value, albeit distorted through sociopolitical myths.

  4. My copy arrived today, but unfortunately I hardly had time to look at it before my wife took it away from me until Christmas. Just a short glimpse told me it is well worth buying.

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