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Global Warming and Ozone Loss are Natural

Added: (Tue Nov 13 2001)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Global warming and ozone loss are natural claims environmental author Chris James.

In his new book "Jagged Environment" (http://www.jaggedenvironment.com/) he maintains that "Global warming and ozone loss are part of an interdependent, cyclical process, and since global warming is independent of human activities, these events are out of our hands, and merely part of the ebb and flow of the Natural environment." He goes on to say that "Ozone-loss and global warming are part of the same cyclic mechanism of climate control… Any action by humans which raises CO2 or reduces ozone will merely move the cycle more quickly, but will not change its outcome."

This does not mean, though, that we can continue to pollute our planet with impunity. "The effect of chemical pollution by humans cannot be ignored, since it involves our placing toxic materials - in many cases not natural in the Earth - in equally unnatural regions which have no natural protection from them ... our impact, directly, on life is serious."

Jagged Environment is published by JE Publications and costs GBP 6.99

For further information or a review copy contact: Heather Jones, JE Publications, PO Box 2971, Reading, Berkshire RG4 5LF, UK. Tel (within the UK): 0118 947 2262, International tel: +44 118 947 2262. Fax (within the UK): 0870 056 8547, International fax: +44 870 056 8547. Email: info@jepublications.com

Notes for Editors: As well as looking at the impact of man on the environment compared with the activities of Nature itself, Chris James puts forward some innovative ideas on the origins of life on Earth and the possibility of life elsewhere in the Universe.

Jagged Environment is published by JE Publications, June 2001, 60 Pages, 210mm x 147 mm, paperback. ISBN: 0 9540094 0 1 Price:GBP 6.99 + postage & packaging and can be purchased online at http://www.jaggedenvironment.com/ or via booksellers.

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