Professor Nick Gray has been working in the field of
environmental science for over 30 years and is a specialist in
water and waste management. He is the Director of the Trinity Centre for the Environment and leads the Water Technology Research Group at Trinity College, University of Dublin and is author of a number of books on water and wastewater technology. Apart from hydrobiology he is also interested in post climate change society and in particular greenhouse gas emission assessment and management.
The Department of Botany at Trinity College Dublin has just celebrated its tercentenary as a distinct subject
area. It was the then Professor of Botany, later Provost, Bill Watts who in 1979 set up the Environmental
Sciences Unit, now the Trinity Centre for the Environment, to promote training and research in the broad discipline of
environmental science. Facing up to Global Warming is the course text for Living sustainably, a Botany module open to all students in the University of Dublin (Trinity College) and taught by Professor Nick Gray who is also a member of the Botany team.
Springer (New York) is the publisher of this new textbook:
Facing up to Global Warming: What is going on and what you can do about it. Link