Climate Change: Can We Really Stop It? (Question It!)

Author(s): Philip Steele

Environmental Issues

The world's climate has always been changing, but climate change in the past has been mostly gradual, with some rapid events. Today's warming is relatively sudden and rapid, and linked to the way in which humans are treating the planet they live on. This matters because the future of life on Earth, no less, depends on our understanding of the problem and the actions we take.


This book is one in the Question It! series for readers upwards of age 10, which explores globally important topics relating to the environment in a balanced and objective way, encouraging readers to adopt a questioning approach to the issues involved. Titles in the 6-book series are: Climate Change, Food, Natural Habitats, Oil, Population and Water.

PUBLICATION APRIL 2020

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Philip Steele is a leading writer of children's non-fiction books. He was born in Surrey, graduated from University College Durham and worked in London publishing houses. He then freelanced as a project manager, publishing consultant and author. He has written a wide range of books for Wayland, Watts, Dorling Kindersley, Kingfisher/Macmillan, Walker Books and many other publishers worldwide. History, biography, lands and peoples, the natural world, current affairs and social issues all feature prominently in his backlist. Philip has backpacked around Africa, Europe, Asia, North America and Australia. For many years he has been settled very happily amidst the mountains, beaches and green fields of North Wales. His wife (as a teacher) and his teenage daughter (as a secondary school pupil) are ideally suited to cast a critical eye over his work!

General Fields

  • : 9781526303349
  • : Hachette Children's Group
  • : Wayland
  • : April 2020
  • : .8 Centimeters X 18.8 Centimeters X 24.8 Centimeters
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Philip Steele
  • : Paperback
  • : 363.73874
  • : 48