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Britain's Prince Charles co-authors a book on climate change

Associated Press logo Associated Press 1/15/2017
This image made available by Penguin Books Ltd shows the cover of the book Climate Change which Prince Charles has co-authored together with an environmentalist and a Cambridge scientist. The Prince of Wales, long a critic of man-made climate change, wrote the book "Climate Change" with Tony Juniper, a former Friends of the Earth director, and Emily Shuckburgh, a Cambridge University climate scientist. The book launched Sunday Jan. 15, 2017, is part of Ladybird book series, which traditionally targeted children but has recently expanded to a broader audience. (Penguin Books Ltd via AP) © The Associated Press This image made available by Penguin Books Ltd shows the cover of the book Climate Change which Prince Charles has co-authored together with an environmentalist and a Cambridge scientist. The Prince of Wales, long a critic of man-made climate change, wrote the book "Climate Change" with Tony Juniper, a former Friends of the Earth director, and Emily Shuckburgh, a Cambridge University climate scientist. The book launched Sunday Jan. 15, 2017, is part of Ladybird book series, which traditionally targeted children but has recently expanded to a broader audience. (Penguin Books Ltd via AP)

LONDON (AP) — Penguin Books says Prince Charles has co-authored a book on climate change together with an environmentalist and a Cambridge scientist.

This image made available by Penguin Books Ltd shows from left, Emily Shuckburgh, a Cambridge University climate scientist, Prince Charles, long a critic of man-made climate change, and Tony Juniper, a former Friends of the Earth director. Prince Charles has co-authored a book on climate change. The book called "Climate Change" launched Sunday Jan. 15, 2017, and is part of Ladybird book series, which traditionally targeted children but has recently expanded to a broader audience. (Penguin Books Ltd via AP) © The Associated Press This image made available by Penguin Books Ltd shows from left, Emily Shuckburgh, a Cambridge University climate scientist, Prince Charles, long a critic of man-made climate change, and Tony Juniper, a former Friends of the Earth director. Prince Charles has co-authored a book on climate change. The book called "Climate Change" launched Sunday Jan. 15, 2017, and is part of Ladybird book series, which traditionally targeted children but has recently expanded to a broader audience. (Penguin Books Ltd via AP)

The Prince of Wales, long a critic of man-made climate change, wrote the book "Climate Change" with Tony Juniper, a former Friends of the Earth director, and Emily Shuckburgh, a Cambridge University climate scientist.

The book launched Sunday is part of Ladybird book series, which traditionally targeted children but has recently expanded to a broader audience. It uses the original style of a picture book but offers adults "bite-sized understanding on a sometimes challenging subject."

Other books in the range include works on evolution and on quantum mechanics.

The work's front cover is a drawing of flooding in Uckfield, in southeast England, which occurred in October 2000.

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