Via Paul Krugman, Elizabeth Kolbert of The New Yorker has a wonderfully written review of “SuperFreakonomics.”  Kolbert focuses on the book’s much-maligned (deservedly so) chapter on global warming:

Given their emphasis on cold, hard numbers, it’s noteworthy that Levitt and Dubner ignore what are, by now, whole libraries’ worth of data on global warming. Indeed, just about everything they have to say on the topic is, factually speaking, wrong.