The birth control insurance coverage debate involves many issues that have far reaching consequences This booklet, from the author of the best selling book Religious Right: The Greatest Threat to Democracy, delves past the rhetoric and delivers a commentary on what is really at stake while debunking misconceptions and propaganda. Go beyond the noise and be informed on the motivations and repercussions of the anti birth control coverage crusade. This work is timely with valuable information and insight for today's men and women. No matter what side you find yourself on with this issue, you owe it to yourself to read this short treatise.
In clear, easy-to-grasp language, the author covers many of the topics that you will need to know in order to win your dream job and be the first in line for a promotion.
Are extreme weather events becoming more common? How do extreme weather events impact society? These are critical questions that must be examined as we confront the possibility that the world will experience a change in climate over the next century. Much of the research in climatology over the past decade has focused on potential changes in long- term averages of temperature, precipitation and other factors. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that changes in average values will be accompanied by changes in extreme events. Furthermore, extreme weather events will impact society to a greater extent as people around the world continue to locate in more hazard-prone areas such as coastal zones. This book represents a major step forwards in developing a comprehensive set of information about changes in extreme events by providing a review of the problems in data availability, quality and analysis that make deriving a clear picture of world-wide changes in extreme events so difficult. Audience: The book is intended for policy-makers, professionals, graduate students and others interested in learning how extreme weather events have changed, and how they impact society both now and in the future.