|By (author):||Hayhoe, Katharine|
|Subject:||NON-FICTION / General|
|POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Environmental Policy|
|SCIENCE / Environmental Science (see also Chemistry / Environmental)|
|SCIENCE / Global Warming & Climate Change|
|Publisher:||Atria/One Signal Publishers|
|Size:||9.00in x 6.00in x 1.00in|
|From The Publisher*|
"An optimistic view on why collective action is still possible-and how it can be realized." -The New York Times
"Practical advice abounds in this compassionate guide to conducting meaningful discussions about the environment. Those in search of a hope-filled approach will find plenty of encouragement."
"As far as heroic characters go, I'm not sure you could do better than Katharine Hayhoe."
"I've seen [Katharine] speak in person and it was electrifying and probably the most powerful moment I've ever experienced in the climate movement. This book will be worth every second you spend reading it."
"Before you book a flight to Mars, read this book. Conversations fueled by respect and shared values can help save our planet, and Katharine Hayhoe gives us the confidence to do what it takes."
"Saving Us offers a roadmap to transform our approach to tackling climate challenges from sprawling global crises to community-driven solutions, recognizing that our diverse and collective voices are key to creating lasting change."
"Katharine Hayhoe intertwines stories, including her own, with scientific snapshots to provide a powerful blueprint for how we can talk to others about our changing planet. Bold and pragmatic- Saving Us is a vital contribution to the discussion on climate change."
"Saving Us contains profound insights on human behavior, and it shows us how our conversations can launch us on the journey away from despair toward awareness and engagement. A real joy to read."
"Katharine shares an optimistic outlook on what we all can do to move the needle toward solutions and invite allies under the big tent."
"There are lots of brilliant climate scientists in America, and some are able to communicate capably to non-scientists. But none of them are quite as clear or as forceful as Dr. Katharine Hayhoe when it comes to telling everyday Americans the truth about climate change. She's one-in-a-million."