Smelling Land: The Hydrogen Defense Against Climate Catastrophe, Enhanced Edition
Written by David Sanborn Scott.
Published by the Canadian Hydrogen Association, 2007.
|Smelling Land: The
Hydrogen Defense Against Climate Catastrophe by David Sanborn Scott, is the
first clearly written, comprehensive book to explain why hydrogen is the only
way to escape global climate catastrophe.
Climate destabilization is the most serious environmental threat of the 21st century. If not stopped, it will bring economic collapse; mass migrations and global wars as countries vie for depleting resources, water and even the ability to grow food. Resolving these escalating issues will be the most important environmental challenge we face this century. In this timely and important book, Dr. Scott, one of Canadas foremost energy experts, clearly demonstrates that we have only one real choice. We must adopt sustainable energy sources that do not emit carbon dioxide and use these sources to manufacture the twin carbon-free energy currencies, hydrogen and electricity. Together, hydrogen and electricity can provide the full menu of civilizations energy needs.
About the author: Engineer, scientist and environmentalist, David Sanborn Scott is the vice-president (for the Americas) of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy. He holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University, and received the inaugural D.Sc. (honorary) from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. He founded the University of Victorias Institute for Integrated Energy Systems. Dr. Scott consults for U.S. and Canadian corporations and national laboratories.
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