When your car is broken, you see a mechanic. When your computer is broken, you ask your most tech-savvy friend to take a look. When you want to know more about climate change, you probably wouldn't think to talk to a doctor.
"People ask me, 'You're a cardiologist, why are you writing a book about global warming?'" says Bradley Dibble, MD, somewhat exasperatedly. Dibble is the author of Comprehending the Climate Crisis, a book that's been dubbed "climate change for dummies."