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Stuff the Planet: How to Speed Up Global Warming
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Stuff the Planet

How to Speed Up Global Warming

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Release date Australia
November 1st, 2007
Author
Contributor
Illustrated by Malcolm Evans
Pages
96
Dimensions (mm)
188x135x8
Illustrations
b&w illus throughout
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Imprint
Hodder Moa
ISBN-13
9781869711276
Product ID
1744986

Description

Tired of camping in the rain? Sick of waiting for the summer's evening barbeque? Fed up with sea water warm enough to swim for just two weeks in early March? Still paying for heating in December? Who said Global Warming is a bad thing? And is Global Warming for real? Why are scientists who in the 1970's were predicting doom for the planet due to Global Cooling now telling us the very opposite is true? Global warming is the best thing to happen since sliced bread and you can get the summer you want by speeding up Global Warming so you and your family can have the beach holiday you richly deserve. Now you can do something about it and this book shows you how and why.

Author Biography

Peter Janssen has most recently held the position of Publisher & Consumer Operations Manager at Reed Publishing. He has been involved with Reed Publishing for over 19 years. He has previously authored Day Walks Of Greater Auckland with Marios Gavalas and 1001 Best Things to See and Do in New Zealand. Malcolm Evans has been a professional cartoonist since the 60s. Since first cartooning for the Bay of Plenty Times in his hometown of Tauranga, Evans worked as a cartoonist in England before joining the New Zealand Herald in 1970. After succeeding Sir Gordon Minhinnick in 1976, Evans left the Herald in 1978 and returned to the advertising industry, but continued to supply his popular Edna cartoons to rural papers in New Zealand and in Australia. After publishing eight volumes of Edna Malcolm Evans returned to full time cartooning with the New Zealand Herald from 1996 to 2003. He was judged NZ Cartoonist of the Year in 1999 and 2002. He now works as a freelance cartoonist.
 

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