Help Write a Title for the First DeSmogBlog Book

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The first DeSmogBlog book is far enough along that our publisher is demanding a title, so we’re looking for feedback – and we have three other great climate change books to reward the best responses or suggestions.

The titles we are tentatively considering include:

Climate Science Fiction: Exposing the PR Campaign to Deny Global Warming

Courting Climate Chaos: Exploring the PR Campaign to Deny Global Warming

Fossil Fools: The PR Tactics used to Bamboozle the World about Climate Change

Manufacturing Doubt: Exposing the PR Campaign to Confuse People about Climate Change

Spinning Climate Change: Who Convinced Us to Ignore Global Warming; and How

You Can’t Spin Mother Nature: Exposing the PR Campaign to Deny Climate Change

You can offer criticisms, edits or alternatives in the comment section below or send them directly to me at [email protected]. Again, top three most useful respondents will get a free book.

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