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Thousands of books have been written about climate change, some aimed at children, others for working scientists, and still others for the general public. These books vary greatly in tone and accuracy. It is easy to be influenced by books that rely on fear and appeals to authority rather than books that explain the actual science and economics of climate change.

Jay Lehr, science director of The Heartland Institute, has reviewed scores of books on climate change for Environment & Climate News. Those reviews appear here, along with other reviews and sometimes links to books that are available for free online.

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