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Climageddon: The Global Warming Emergency & How To Survive It Paperback – May 2, 2017
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Without the stringent 2025 global fossil fuel reduction targets being achieved, we will cross over critical global warming tipping points. Because of the horrific consequences of these crossed tipping points, as much as 70-90% of humanity will die in as little as the next 30 to 50 years, and there will be unbearable global economic, political and social chaos!
Yes, you read that right.
National intelligence agencies in developed countries, well-funded think tanks and the world's richest investment bankers and hedge funds have at least partial access to this information from either their own internal research facilities or from exclusive private climate research sources. Many of those who know the above to be accurate are already buying up land in safer global warming zones, and they are doing what is necessary to prepare for the worst worldwide die off in human history.
But why isn't your government telling you about this?
Are those in political or financial power keeping this information secret to protect themselves and their families or their assets before they let the rest of us know about it? Or, are they legitimately trying to prevent public panic because they believe average citizens like you and I can not deal with this news and global emergency?
The Climageddon book will show you the scientific evidence on how bad global warming really is, how bad it is going to get and, how soon the worst of the now unavoidable consequences of global warming will destabilize you, your family, business or nation.
It describes the 20 worst global warming consequences, and it also lays out the 11 most critical global warming tipping points that should strike terror in the minds and hearts of everyone involved in short-term, mid-range, and long-range essential planning. Understanding the 11 global warming tipping points is critical because crossing a few more of them over the next several decades will initiate the end of humanity and civilization.
Having the systemic analysis found within Climageddon also shows you how to stay ahead of the coming global warming-related financial market unpredictability and crashes. These will occur naturally because of the escalating consequences of continually rising temperatures on food crops, related businesses, and global political stability.
Climageddon is a virtual encyclopedia of global warming. Its 80 illustrations, 450 pages, and original analysis make the latest global warming research understandable --- even if the global warming crisis is new to you! It also provides a complete plan of workable solutions to the global warming extinction emergency in the new Job One for Humanity Plan. This new plan will help you to be one of the few that will be prepared and hopefully survive what is coming.
For those of you facing a rebuilding or relocation question after surviving a global warming-related catastrophe, Climageddon provides information on how, where, and when to migrate successfully to one the few remaining global warming safer zones.
The research and the meta-systemic analysis presented in Climageddon clearly demonstrates, global warming is nearly entirely out of our meaningful control for as long as the next 30 years and that the critical calculations behind our previously most trusted public global warming consequence and timetable predictions have been grossly underestimated.
Climageddon's comprehensive research analysis lays out a rational case for believing that if something extreme does not happen to immediately correct our grossly ineffective governmental actions to radically reduce fossil fuel use to meet the 2025 targets, as much as 70-90% of humanity will die from starvation or from other global warming consequences within as little as the next 30-50 years.
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- Publisher : Job One for Humanity (May 2, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 448 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0997135328
- ISBN-13 : 978-0997135329
- Item Weight : 1.32 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 1.01 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,474,745 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Climageddon breaks down the complex science into basic, easy to understand building blocks to explain in language that everybody can understand:
1. What exactly climate change is;
2. The size of the threat that climate change poses to our civilization, to humanity and all life on earth;
3. A whole new timeframe that we have before it becomes too late to save the world from an extinction level event (we are already witnessing the beginning of the 6th mass extinction of life on earth) .
It's the new timeframe that is the major revolutionary message in Climageddon. Lawrence proves beyond all doubt that the current timeframe to solve the climate change challenge is not 2100, as the world currently believes based upon the IPCC models used by the world's governments and policy makers to come up with the 2015 Paris Climate Accord. Instead, it is 2050! He proves that the IPCC models are fundamentally flawed by:
1. Being equally subjective political and economic spin as objective science;
2. Missing the committed carbon (baked-in carbon) measurements;
3. Missing the basic effects of tipping points that are a fundamental part of all physical law.
Climageddon goes on to provide some answers to what needs to be done, but it's core message is to wake up the world to the true timeline we have to save the world from climate change: Climageddon. This is arguably the greatest threat and challenge the world has ever faced and yet the world is currently blind to it and sleep walking its way past the point of no return.
Climate change needs to be the conversation we are having in our schools, universities, homes and businesses. Only then will our politicians begin to listen. Climageddon is the book that makes climate change the world's great and immediate priority by stating that we are in arguably the greatest global state of emergency in history and yet remain asleep to it.
Since denial is humanity's current response, the easy and common path to be taken, it'll be left to those of the highest morality and courage to lead the way. Climagaddon is climate change's scripture for those who wish to be part of the solution, not the part of the problem. Saving the world is no easy task, that's for sure, but then heroes are made from such callings and the time in history has come again for heroes to rise!
Lawrence has a way of explaining in the clearest, easiest to understand way, what is happening, how far from our necessary goals of zero-emissions we are, and what will happen if we don't act immediately. Unfortunately, many are still 'sleepwalking towards climate change' and could use a wake-up call. We cannot allow our leaders to ignore the problem anymore. We cannot ourselves do nothing and hope the problem gets better on its own. We all need to do as much as possible to tackle the problem both on the scale of our international leaders and also on the scale of our own local communities and individual homes.
It is not a rosy picture. It is not very optimistic. The future we look forward to if society and all of the stability we have now breaks down is terrifying. The one thing I can say is that as long as we're alive and things are good, we have hope. We still have hope to cut back on our emissions and protect the planet long enough to develop the technology needed on a large scale. And there is also hope that there could be some unknown factors that could balance things out and prevent the worst outcomes. I'm grateful every day that it's raining and snowing as it should be in winter.
Lawrence has a lot of advice for how to utilize the time we have and what kinds of actions we can take, as well as how to manage our own mental distress and go on after realizing the odds aren't in our favor. The picture he paints is bleak, but the purpose is a call to action, not to give up hope. This can even bring us together as one humanity if that's how we respond.
For anyone reading this, there are many things we can do to counter our own contribution to the problem. I've recently bought all silicone reusable ziplocks and store pretty much all my leftovers in them (they work for jewelry and other non-food items, too). These are available on Amazon, and one great way to cut down on personal plastic waste. My goal right now is to work on getting together with those in my local community and work on ways to grow food, store water, become as energy-independent as possible (a future goal), and find ways to create extra income as a group, which will cut down on commuting traffic and time and hopefully bring us together more as a community. I have also cut drastically back on eating meat, and am also working on cutting back dairy. Luckily, the vegan options available are amazing! This is in addition to a long-term goal of acquiring land and living totally off-grid someday. If more of us had these goals we could transform our communities and become much less reliant on oil and gas and the massive problem of greed and overconsumption, as well as set a good example for others to follow.
Please read this book, and take hope in the possibilities of how this planetary crisis can cause an amazing transformation into a greener, safer world for all of us. If things fall apart anyway and we do face extinction, let us do the best we can for each other and our future generations. Lawrence also has a website called
JobOneFor Humanity.org that has many more articles and ways to prepare for the worst and motivate us to do our best, and insight into things like the possibility of relocation and migration if that is necessary.
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Having watched numerous documentaries, and read a plethora of books, and internet articles ,I found this book to be one of the best sources of explained information, and realistic suggestions as to preparedness.