On sale at Amazon today, my new full-length science book, The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened, published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation.
The official book launch is 10 April in Calgary, details below.
About the book
The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened explains why the catastrophic decline in polar bear numbers we were promised in 2007 failed to materialize. It’s the layman’s story of how and why the polar bear came to be considered `Threatened’ with extinction and tracks the species rise and fall as an icon of the global warming movement. The book also tells the story of my role in bringing that failure to public attention – and the backlash against me that ensued.
For the first time, you’ll see a frank and detailed account of attempts by scientists to conceal population growth as numbers rose from an historical low in the 1960s to the astonishing highs that surely must exist after almost 50 years of protection from overhunting. There is also a discussion of what thriving populations of bears mean for the millions of people who live and work in areas of the Arctic inhabited by polar bears.
Title: The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened
Author: Susan J. Crockford
Publisher: Global Warming Policy Foundation
Publication date: 17 March 2019
Formats: Papberback and Ebook
Number of pages: 209
Find it on Amazon here.
About the book launch
The official book launch, where autographed copies of the book will be available, is on April 10th in downtown Calgary, Alberta at the Centini restaurant, 160 8th Ave SE (403-269-1600) from 12:00-2:00 pm. That evening I’ll be giving a presentation for the Friends of Science banquet and lecture event at the Red and White Club, in McMahon Stadium at the University of Calgary.