6 edition of Climate Crisis (Saving Our World) found in the catalog.
April 1, 2000 by Copper Beech .
Written in English
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"The Climate Crisis: An Introductory Guide to Climate Change" by climatologists David Archer and Stefan Rahmstorf was published this year and does a decent job of explaining the status of climate science to non-scientists.
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Climate Crisis book urgency of the climate crisis requires that we act as if our cathedrals and churches are on fire. Indeed, God’s creation can be seen as one grand cathedral on fire with burning forests and rising temperatures.
Amid this dire situation, Brooks Berndt focuses our attention on the unique and vitally needed gifts that churches can offer. That’s what this book is about. The story of how we built the climate crisis, but also how we created systems and technologies which will help us get through it, not least the ability to see that climate change is happening.
This, for me, is the most remarkable aspect of the tale. Because climate change isn’t obvious to the naked eye. This excellent book sets out practical ways in which WE (not they) can alleviate the climate crisis and keep global temperature rise to below the critical degrees by Its OUR choice.
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We’re eight weeks into the new decade, and, so far, we’ve had the. Practical, optimistic and empowering, this is a book for every generation and shows us the exciting world we can all be part of creating.
If we all play our part in the most important decade that we have ever faced, The Future We Choose shows how we can move beyond the climate crisis into a thriving future. Climate crisis disrupts the beliefs, values and behaviors of contemporary societies, sparking potential for radical changes in culture and consciousness.
Drawing upon her experience as a Jungian psychotherapist and a researcher in the field. Patricia MacCormack, a UK philosophy professor, has shaken up the climate-crisis discussion by suggesting, through her new book, "The Author: Beth Greenfield. “The diverse, thoughtful voices in Climate Abandoned are urgently calling readers to step off the sidelines and act now for a just, sustainable future for generations to book captures passion.” — John de Graaf, author of Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic, filmmaker, and environmentalist “California is on the forefront of the climate crisis.
I cannot recommend highly enough Naomi Klein’s incredible book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate. Klein’s writing is compelling. This book will talk to you about climate change in terms of the impact we’re having on the climate. The Climate Crisis Facebook page was established to collect together and provide links to the ever-increasing numbers of studies and articles about the impacts of climate change that are becoming more and more evident every year, month, and day, and to explain why this issue has become a “climate crisis.”Followers: K.
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Gore has held with scientists, engineers and policy experts. “The climate crisis presents an enormous, existential challenge to our species.
But we don’t have time to be overwhelmed. The enormity of the task requires even bigger ideas, strategies, and tactics. In this book, some of our sharpest, most lucid voices on climate make a critical intervention in the burgeoning movement to save our planet.
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In The End of Ice, a war reporter covers the climate crisis by exploring the consequences to nature and humans. He talks to everyone from locals like fishers and farmers to climate scientists to explore what’s happening – and begin mourning – earth.
This book is a lot grimmer. Take these takeaways, for example. Climate change is a tragedy, but Rich makes clear that it is also a crime — a thing that bad people knowingly made worse, for their personal gain. That, I suspect, is one of the many aspects to the climate change battle that posterity will find it hard to believe, and impossible to forgive.