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Author: Raymond Geoffrey Monbiot
Publisher: Rotherfield Management Ltd (May 2002)
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Raymond Geoffrey Monbiot. Published by Rotherfield Management Ltd (2002).
Raymond Geoffrey Monbiot. ISBN 10: 0954256700 ISBN 13: 9780954256708.
Geoffrey of Monmouth was a twelfth century British churchman and writer. His most famous book is History of the Kings of Britain, a very important work in the development of the Arthurian legend. He referred to himself by the Latin name Galfridus Moemuntensis, indicating that he had some connection with the town of Monmouth in Wales, possibly his birthplace.
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Raymond Geoffrey Monbiot Rosalie Cooke. The book is an attempt to set out a positive manifesto for change for the global justice movement. United Nations Global 500 Award (1995). The book is an attempt to set out a positive manifesto for change for the global justice movement Monbiot's next book, Heat: How to Stop the Planet Burning, published in 2006, focuses on the issue of climate change.
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Raymond Geoffrey Monbiot and Rosalie Cooke. Monbiot harshly criticised the book Heaven and Earth by climate change skeptic Ian Plimer, saying that "Since its publication in Australia it has been ridiculed for a hilarious series of schoolboy errors, and its fudging and manipulation of the data". Plimer challenged Monbiot to a public debate on the issues covered in the book.