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  • The Invention of Clouds

    How an Amateur Meteorologist Forged the Language of the Skies

    An extraordinary yet little-known scientific advance occurred in the opening years of the nineteenth century when a young amateur meteorologist, Luke Howard, gave the clouds the names by which they are known to this day. By creating a language to define structures that had, up to then, been considered random and unknowable, Howard revolutionized the science of meteorology and earned the admiration ... Read more

    $10.99 USD

  • Category 5

    The Story of Camille, Lessons Unlearned from America's Most Violent Hurricane

    ". . . the authors sound a pessimistic note about society's short-term memory in their sobering, able history of Camille" --Booklist"This highly readable account aimed at a general audience excels at telling the plight of the victims and how local political authorities reacted. The saddest lesson is how little the public and the government learned from Camille. Highly recommended for all public ... Read more

    $16.99 USD

  • Isaac's Storm

    A Man, a Time, and the Deadliest Hurricane in History

    by Erik Larson ...
    At the dawn of the twentieth century, a great confidence suffused America. Isaac Cline was one of the era's new men, a scientist who believed he knew all there was to know about the motion of clouds and the behavior of storms. The idea that a hurricane could damage the city of Galveston, Texas, where he was based, was to him preposterous, "an absurd delusion." It was 1900, a year when America felt ... Read more

    $13.99 USD

  • The Secret World of Weather: How to Read Signs in Every Cloud, Breeze, Hill, Street, Plant, Animal, and Dewdrop (Natural Navigation)

    Series Book 0 - Natural Navigation
    **Learn to “see” the forecast in the hidden weather signs all around you—from the New York Times–bestselling author of How to Read a Tree and The Lost Art of Reading Nature’s SignsIn The Secret World of Weather, bestselling author Tristan Gooley turns his gaze up to the sky, bringing his signature brand of close observation and eye-opening deduction to the fascinating world of weather. Every cloud ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Global Fever: How To Treat Climate Change

    Passionately written yet thoroughly grounded in the latest climate science, "Global Fever" delivers both a stark warning and an ambitious blueprint for saving the future of the planet. Photos. ... Read more

    $6.99 USD

  • The Primacy of Doubt

    From Quantum Physics to Climate Change, How the Science of Uncertainty Can Help Us Understand Our Chaotic World

    by Tim Palmer ...
    “Quite possibly the best popular science book I’ve ever read” (Popular Science) shows how the tools that enabled us to overcome the uncertainty of the weather will enable us to find new answers to modern science's most pressing questionsWhy does your weather app say “There’s a 10% chance of rain” instead of “It will be sunny tomorrow”? In large part this is due to the insight of Tim Palmer, who ... Read more

    $18.99 USD

  • Wind

    How the Flow of Air Has Shaped Life, Myth, and the Land

    by Jan DeBlieu ...
    The wind has sculpted Earth from the beginning of time, but it has also shaped humans—our histories, religions and cultures, the way we build our dwellings, and how we think and feel. In this poetic, acclaimed work, Jan DeBlieu takes the tempests of her home, the North Carolina Outer Banks, as a starting point for considering how the world’s breezes and gales have made us who we are. She travels ... Read more

    $8.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Climate Of Corruption : Politics And Power Behind The Global Warming Hoax

    by Larry Bell ...
    New revelations demonstrate how politics and powerful special-interest agendas have warped the most important scientific debate of the 21st century. Melting glaciers suffering polar bears rising oceansthese are just a few of the climate change crisis myths debunked by noted aerospace expert Larry Bell in this explosive new book. With meticulous research Bell deflates these and other climate ... Read more

    $10.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Cosmos

    by Carl Sagan ...
    RETURNING TO TELEVISION AS AN ALL-NEW MINISERIES ON FOXCosmos is one of the bestselling science books of all time. In clear-eyed prose, Sagan reveals a jewel-like blue world inhabited by a life form that is just beginning to discover its own identity and to venture into the vast ocean of space. Cosmos retraces the fourteen billion years of cosmic evolution that have transformed matter into ... Read more

    $4.99 USD

  • From The Flight Deck

    by Doug Morris ...
    Imagine you're sitting next to a pilot on a flight and he's eager to answer all those nagging questions you have about air travel. Are those bumps and noises normal? Why are some take-offs delayed? What happens if there's a storm? How does this plane stay in the air, anyway? In From the Flight Deck: Plane Talk and Sky Science , pilot, meteorologist, and flight-school instructor Doug Morris lets ... Read more

    $8.99 USD

  • The New Climate War

    The Fight to Take Back Our Planet

    **Shortlisted for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year awardA renowned climate scientist shows how fossil fuel companies have waged a thirty-year campaign to deflect blame and responsibility and delay action on climate change, and offers a battle plan for how we can save the planet.**Recycle. Fly less. Eat less meat. These are some of the ways that we've been told can slow climate change. But ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • We Are the Weather

    Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast

    In We Are the Weather, Jonathan Safran Foer explores the central global dilemma of our time in a surprising, deeply personal, and urgent new way.Some people reject the fact, overwhelmingly supported by scientists, that our planet is warming because of human activity. But do those of us who accept the reality of human-caused climate change truly believe it? If we did, surely we would be roused to ... Read more

    $9.99 USD

  • Under a Dark Cloud

    A compulsive British detective crime thriller

    by Louisa Scarr ...
    Series Book 2 - Butler & West
    One dead body. One witness. One answer.Early one morning, DS Robin Butler is summoned to a crime scene. Not as a policeman, but as best friend to renowned meteorologist, Dr Finn Mason. The morning after studying an enormous storm, Finn has locked himself in a van. Bloodied, confused, and with no memory of how he came to be there. And alongside him – a dead body.Butler sets out to prove Finn’s ... Read more

    $3.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • The Weather Machine

    A Journey Inside the Forecast

    by Andrew Blum ...
    From the acclaimed author of Tubes, a lively and surprising tour of the infrastructure behind the weather forecast, the people who built it, and what it reveals about our climate and our planetThe weather is the foundation of our daily lives. It’s a staple of small talk, the app on our smartphones, and often the first thing we check each morning. Yet behind these quotidian interactions is one of ... Read more

    $13.99 USD

  • Climate Change

    The Facts

    Stockade Books and The Institute of Public Affairs are proud to publish Climate Change: The Facts, featuring 22 essays on the science, politics and economics of the climate change debate. Climate Change: The Facts features the world’s leading experts and commentators on climate change.Highlights of Climate Change: The Facts include:Ian Plimer draws on the geological record to dismiss the possibili ... Read more

    $9.96 USD

  • The Year Without Summer

    1816 and the Volcano That Darkened the World and Changed History

    Like Winchester's Krakatoa, The Year Without Summer reveals a year of dramatic global change long forgotten by historyIn the tradition of Krakatoa, The World Without Us, and Guns, Germs and Steel comes a sweeping history of the year that became known as 18-hundred-and-froze-to-death. 1816 was a remarkable year—mostly for the fact that there was no summer. As a result of a volcanic eruption in ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Unsettled

    What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn't, and Why It Matters

    "Unsettled is a remarkable book—probably the best book on climate change for the intelligent layperson—that achieves the feat of conveying complex information clearly and in depth."—Claremont Review of Books"Surging sea levels are inundating the coasts.""Hurricanes and tornadoes are becoming fiercer and more frequent.""Climate change will be an economic disaster... ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • Rain

    A Natural and Cultural History

    Rain is elemental, mysterious, precious, destructive.It is the subject of countless poems and paintings; the top of the weather report; the source of the world's water. Yet this is the first book to tell the story of rain.Cynthia Barnett's Rain begins four billion years ago with the torrents that filled the oceans, and builds to the storms of climate change. It weaves together science—the true ... Read more

    $15.99 USD

  • Zen and the Art of Saving the Planet

    NATIONAL BESTSELLER“When you wake up and you see that the Earth is not just the environment, the Earth is us, you touch the nature of interbeing. And at that moment you can have real communication with the Earth… We have to wake up together. And if we wake up together, then we have a chance. Our way of living our life and planning our future has led us into this situation. And now we need to look ... Read more

    $14.99 USD

  • Absolute Zero and the Conquest of Cold

    by Tom Shachtman ...
    “A lovely, fascinating book, which brings science to life.” —Alan LightmanCombining science, history, and adventure, Tom Shachtman “holds the reader’s attention with the skill of a novelist” as he chronicles the story of humans’ four-centuries-long quest to master the secrets of cold (Scientific American).“A disarming portrait of an exquisite, ferocious, world-ending extreme,” Absolute Zero and ... Read more

    $12.99 USD or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Revolution

    Ice Age Re-Entry

    by Carlton Brown ...
    Mitigating the Risks of a 21st Century Climate Switch (to global cooling) and Running Out of Oil and Gas:There is an urgent need to prepare the world for a 21st century climate switch to a cooling phase, and this current grand solar minimum is a prime time for that switch. The world will face natural climate change-related risks during the current grand solar minimum—risks dismissed or ignored by ... Read more

    Free

  • The Madhouse Effect

    How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy

    The award-winning climate scientist Michael E. Mann and the Pulitzer Prize–winning political cartoonist Tom Toles have been on the front lines of the fight against climate denialism for most of their careers. They have witnessed the manipulation of the media by business and political interests and the unconscionable play to partisanship on issues that affect the well-being of billions. The lessons ... Read more

    $12.99 USD

  • The Thinking Person's Guide to Climate Change

    Second Edition

    by Robert Henson ...
    Everybody can be a thinking person when it comes to climate change, and this book is a perfect roadmap. Start a web search for “climate change” and the first three suggestions are “facts,” “news,” and “hoax.” The Thinking Person's Guide to Climate Change is rooted in the first, up to date on the second, and anything but the last. Produced by one of the most venerable atmospheric science ... Read more

    $21.99 USD

  • The Right to Be Cold

    One Woman's Fight to Protect the Arctic and Save the Planet from Climate Change

    A “courageous and revelatory memoir” (Naomi Klein) chronicling the life of the leading Indigenous climate change, cultural, and human rights advocateFor the first ten years of her life, Sheila Watt-Cloutier traveled only by dog team. Today there are more snow machines than dogs in her native Nunavik, a region that is part of the homeland of the Inuit in Canada. In Inuktitut, the language of Inuit, ... Read more

    $16.99 USD