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This New Book Released on Earth Day Offers Measures People Can Take to Combat Climate Change

In an eye-opening new anthology, Climate Abandoned: We’re on The Endangered Species List, Hari Krishna Nibanupudi with twenty-two additional authors mince no words about our Earth’s future. There isn’t much time left. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has stated that the “planet has only until 2030 to stem catastrophic climate change.” The United Nations Secretary General called climate change a “direct existential threat.” We must act with constructive outrage now.
In Climate Abandoned, published on International Mother Earth Day, 2019, scientists and environmental experts discuss the sad realities, causes and after effects of the climate crisis’ interconnected issues. They shed light on the greenhouse effect, declining biodiversity, warming oceans, ice, ideology vs. science, energy, corporations, national security, children, health, religion, zombie myths, sports and other urgent topics.
Climate Abandoned is not a scientific terminology full of jargon and buzzwords. Rather, it is written for readers who want to know more about the interdependent issues of the climate crisis and what constructive activities they may implement. At the end of each chapter, practical tips are suggested for what the reader can keep doing, stop doing, and start doing to combat climate change and make better choices for the future, such as:
• Keep in mind that your vote counts. Vote for those who have genuinely committed themselves to address the myriad climate crisis challenges ahead.
• Keep enjoying the natural world so that your connection to it is not severed.
• Stop thinking that climate change is a done deal and that the crisis is beyond our control.
• Stop allowing misinformation, disinformation, and ignorance to persevere and spread.
• Start investing in clean energy, and assure that your stocks and pension funds are invested in renewable energy sources and not in dinosaur sludge.
• Start believing in yourself and your ability to be a leader in your community, county, state and federal governments.
“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it. Since the survival of humankind depends on awareness and action on climate change, Climate Abandoned is must
read for everyone concerned about these issues.” — Robert Swan, Founder of the 2041 Foundation and the first person to walk to the South and North Poles
“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 come. This book captures passion.” — John de Graaf, author of Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic, filmmaker, and environmentalist

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