By Geoff Dembicki
The Millennial iteration might be first to event the doomsday affects of weather switch. it is also the final iteration in a position to take care of them. With time ticking down, 31-year-old journalist Geoff Dembicki journeyed to Silicon Valley, Canada's tar sands, Washington, DC, Wall highway and the Paris weather talks to determine if he should still desire or depression. What he realized stunned him. thousands of individuals his age are looking to seriously change our global, and they're on the leading edge of resistance to the politicians and CEOs guidance our planet in the direction of disaster.
In Are We Screwed?, Dembicki provides a firsthand account of this stream, and the shift in generational values at the back of it, throughout the tales of adolescents battling for his or her survival. It starts off with a pupil who abandons society to dwell within the rainforest and ends with a Muslim feminist fomenting a political revolution. We meet a Brooklyn artist terrifying the oil undefined, a Norwegian scientist operating around the melting Arctic and an indigenous filmmaker demanding the worldview of Mark Zuckerberg.
Are We Screwed? makes a daring argument in those afflicted occasions: A more secure and extra equitable destiny is extra conceivable than we now have been resulted in think. This ebook will perpetually switch the way you view the largest existential problem of our period and redefine the new release now combating opposed to the percentages to unravel it.
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Are We Screwed?: How a New Generation is Fighting to Survive Climate Change by Geoff Dembicki