Fifty Years of Global Warming

Fifty Years of Global Warming

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Author: G. J. Lau
Length: 81 page(s)
Language: English
Written: May 2011
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Category: Sciences & Research » Natural Sciences  |  Work: Studie
Keywords: climate change, global warming, environment, greenhouse gases, carbon emissions, coal, peak oil, population growth, energy

These essays are about climate change, peak oil, and population growth

I spent a couple of years writing a blog on climate change called Planet Restart, the idea being we needed to push the “restart” button to begin a new way of thinking about how we should be living on the planet. I did it for my children and grandchildren because I knew in my bones that the climate was changing, and I wanted them to understand how this would affect every decision they would make.
I started out with a sense of foreboding and hope, but not a lot of knowledge. I ended up at the crossroads of doom and gloom, knowing a whole lot more than I wanted to.
Simply put, if the science is correct, then it is already too late … too late to prevent a rise in average global temperatures that will bring with it serious consequences … too late to avoid the displacement of millions of people due to rising tides and shifting rainfall patterns and increasingly erratic growing seasons … too late to avoid the economic and social upheavals that will inevitably ensue.
These 65 essays reflect my personal journey to understand the three modern-day horsemen of the apocalypse who stalk mankind: climate change, peak oil, and population growth. What I found was not reassuring. But don’t take my word for any of this. Learn about the issues and make up your own mind.
If you come to the same conclusions I did, then you really need to start thinking about how to prepare your children and grandchildren for a world that will be very different from the one they see around them today … a world as challenging as anything that mankind has ever faced.


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Member since: May 2011
Publications on XinXii:  3
G. J. Lau was born in a small town near Boston. After graduating from Georgetown University, he spent two years in the Army, including a year in Viet Nam in the 1st Infantry Division. After he got out, he worked for the Federal government in Washington, D.C. until retirement. He has volunteered as a literacy tutor, a hot line listener, and as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in need of assistance. He currently resides in Frederick, MD. He has been married nearly 40 years and has two children and four grandchildren.

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