For Primary School Children.
Fun and entertaining, this is the perfect introduction to climate change.
Written for primary school children and uses body functions such as food and farts to show the carbon cycle and demonstrates that net zero and carbon neutral are impossible.
“I find it
frustrating, as a lay person, to find answers to technical questions. You see
gigantic wind turbines appearing all over the country, but there is very little
about the practical value of these monstrosities…..When will common sense and
good science prevail and what happens if it does not fairly soon?”
from HRH Prince Philip to Professor Plimer, 29th April 2018.
attempts to answer the questions raised by the late Duke of Edinburgh.
PROFESSOR IAN PLIMER is Australia’s
best-known geologist. He is Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the
University of Melbourne, where he was Professor and Head of Earth Sciences. He
was Professor at the University of Newcastle, Professor at The University of
Adelaide and Professor in Munich (Germany). He was also on the staff at the
University of New England, the University of New South Wales, Macquarie
University and North Broken Hill Ltd.
He has published more than 130
scientific papers on geology and was an editor of the Encyclopedia of Geology. This is his thirteenth book written for
the general public. Professor Plimer has received numerous national and
international awards for his scientific work.
A new Broken Hill mineral,
plimerite, was named in recognition of his contribution to Broken Hill geology.
A ground-hunting rainforest spider Austrotengella
plimeri from the Tweed Range (NSW) has been named in his honour.