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Don't Stop CO2 Emissions! - Keep Burning Coal, Oil and Gas!: CO2 the Gas of Life by J.C. Mirre is about the effect of CO2 emissions on our planet and how they are actually beneficial to our world rather than harmful, and encourages people to continue to use fossil fuels and create more CO2. Carbon dioxide is necessary for plant life and other things to flourish. The level of CO2 in the atmosphere is rapidly decreasing and if it were to drop to a certain level, then this could be hazardous to plant life. It does make you wonder whether the information we hear on the news is accurate. I think, as with most things, it would be a case of using fossil fuels moderately.
J.C. Mirre has written an interesting book in Don't Stop CO2 Emissions! It is a fascinating concept and there are so many arguments about global warming that it is hard to know what to believe. The book itself is good to read. I think that people interested in the environment and science would enjoy reading this. It is written in an easy to read manner and it could be read by beginners to the subject as well as experts.