Follow in Greta Thunberg’s footsteps and join the global mission to save our planet from climate change. With in-depth text and data, this necessary and timely book will answer readers’ questions on what climate change means, what its consequences will be, and what must be done to protect our world.
As I’m writing this review, young people and activists are gathering in cities and towns across the globe to raise awareness amongst the worlds population of the existential emergency we face as a planet. The science speaks for itself, but politicians and big business still seem to have their heads in the sands. Even those that listen don’t seem to realise the problem. They talk down to them blaming each other for the crisis. It’s almost like saying to a little kid, well done and then turning away whilst continuing to pursue policies to make it worse.
For all those doubters, read this book. Learn from the science of it. It’s aimed at teenagers but yet it’s eloquent and reasoned vocabulary, it puts the science across in terms that are easy to understand. The chapters highlight what we must avoid, what will happen to the earth if we don’t act now. There’s tips how to adapt yourself so you don’t add to the heating so much.
At first I wondered if this was another of those books that was there to cash in on the climate emergency. I approached it with scepticism, yet after reading the words, I no longer worry. It should be in ever school library in the world, along with the speeches of Greta Thunberg. Lots of figure, not false news. The youth of this world inherit the earth but yet the older statesman and companies care more about profit than doing something together to stop this happening,
Sorry to ‘get on my soapbox’ but it’s just I feel strongly about this. Millions of young people across the world also feel this way. Read this book now, it might just help us change the world.
This ARC book was sent for a fair and honest review by the author via NetGallery . The resulting review is my honest thoughts after reading the book.