Stormy Weather: 101 Solutions to Global Climate Change

Reviews

Stormy Weather"Guy Dauncey and Patrick Mazza's book is THE best I have ever seen in non-fiction. I'm still amazed that I don't get overwhelmed by the amount of information but it's so user-friendly that I just can't. It's a great honour to have it on my bookshelf. Every time I go by it I think about the time and effort it took to create a masterpiece like that one."
Nigel S-B, Canadian student, 10th grade.

"A wonderful contribution that provides clear guidance on climate solutions. Positive action is long overdue and this exciting road map will help move us forward."
David Suzuki, scientist, author and broadcaster

"Stormy Weather is really wonderful - it ought to be required reading for everyone who is concerned about our planet's climate, beginning in every high school in the country."
Ross Gelbspan, author of 'The Heat is On'

"A fabulous book. Everybody talks about the climate, but nobody does anything about it. Now they can. Stormy Weather provides a sweeping vision of the issues, and comprehensive practical solutions. A must read for anyone who wants a cleaner, healthier planet."
James Hansen, Director, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies

"It may be a little premature to see climate change as one great big opportunity to improve our lives, rather than as a punitive cost, but this book should certainly help change mindsets in getting that particular balance sorted out."
Jonathon Porritt, Chairman, UK Sustainable Development Commission

"Guy Dauncey and Patrick Mazza have written an invaluable book -- science and solutions, credible and accessible -- a must read survival guide on Planet Earth."
Elizabeth May, Sierra Club

"Stormy Weather is an extraordinary accomplishment. It presents a thorough understanding of the threat to Creation from climate change. With abundant practical solutions and thorough resources, readers are stimulated to decide for themselves what actions they want to take."
The Rev. Sally G. Bingham, Episcopal Power and Light, San Francisco

"I hope Stormy Weather gains the widest possible readership. Its facts and figures, explanations and solutions, backed up by numerous Internet links, provide a wonderfully comprehensive guide to climate change and what the world needs to do about it. Its lively, engaging style and easily-digestible sections are very appealing."
Matthew Bramley, Pembina Institute

"Comprehensive and well-researched, this book evokes hope where it might have created despair."
David Eisenberg, Development Center for Appropriate Technology

"You want solutions to climate change? Here they are for everyone - from homeowners seeking bill relief to corporate executives seeking clean ways to improve profits, from government leaders looking for practical actions to community activists demanding results. You'll be amazed at how easy it is to lift your burden on our only planet's climate, and how many extra benefits you'll create: good and durable jobs, global security, a cleaner and safer environment, and a stronger economy. This provocative book is your guide to being part of the solution. It's peppered with resources and salted with realism. Don't just stand there - sit and read, then go do it!"
Amory Lovins, Rocky Mountain Institute

"Anyone who wants to do something about global warming can find practical and helpful ideas in Stormy Weather. It is a one-stop shop for global warming action for all sectors of society."
Jennifer Morgan, World Wide Fund for Nature

"If global warming seems like an overwhelming challenge, Stormy Weather is your answer. It represents a handbook and a blueprint for people and institutions seeking practical ways to cool the climate. The book shows clearly that global warming solutions are available, and that implementing them will give us a cleaner, healthier, more prosperous world."
Denis Hayes, Co-founder of Earthday.

"Stormy Weather is most timely. The general public is finally coming to accept the science of climate change. People are now beginning to ask for meaningful actions they might take, as individuals and as a society. A rich menu of wise policies is presented by Dauncey and Mazza in this fine book."
Dr. Richard Gammon, Professor of Chemistry and Oceanography, University of Seattle

"The most important ecological book of our generation. Finally, somebody has put it all together on the climate front."
Bob Hunter, Toronto EYE Magazine

"One of the clearest, most concise guides yet on coping with climate change. Shunning 'simple things', this book is honest about the challenge, but filled with hope and the means to act."
Green Business Letter

"We read Stormy Weather and knew right away that this timely and up-to-date information needed to be spread far and wide. We highly recommend this excellent treatise on practical and effective things that you can do to reduce our dependence on polluting energy sources."
Puget Sound Solar

"Stormy Weather speaks with true confidence of the need for action. It is remarkable for the quantity and breadth of opportunities it has uncovered, especially at the local level. The biggest achievement of this book is that it works. It is pleasant to handle, a joy to look at, and very accessible. A very important contribution to the literature on global climate change, for the simple reason that people will actually read it and use it."
The Ecologist

"Eco-excellence. The publication of any book that clearly identifies the forces assaulting our planet while providing practical remedies to speed its healing should be a cause for celebration. Stormy Weather is one such work. It comprehensively illustrates sources of ecological havoc and devastation, and makes the often mind-boggling science of climate change understandable and compelling."
NOW Magazine, Toronto

"Written in an easily understandable style, it is a rare combination of science and activism that makes this book so appealing. An immensely accessible book that will inspire understanding as well as action. Required reading if you want to understand what is at stake with our continued dependence on fossil fuels and to learn how to move toward sustainable forms of energy."
Green@Work Magazine

"It's quite a lovely book, in every way, from the big idea(s) down to the small, the particulars of the 101 solutions, the writing, the positive but pointed tone, how numbers are handled, the conceptualization of the various levels of action (individual-family, community, city, etc.), the graphic-friendliness, etc. You've done something wonderful, I think."
Charles Komanoff, Komanoff Energy Consultants, New York

"An uncommonly useful resource"
Future Survey