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Living on the Real World: How Thinking and Acting like Meteorologists Will Help Save the Planet

by William H Hooke American Meteorological Society
Pub Date:
02/2014
ISBN:
9781935704560
Format:
Pbk 272 pages
Price:
AU$59.99 NZ$60.00
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Every day meteorologists sift through a deluge of information to make predictions that help us navigate our daily lives. Instead of being overwhelmed by the data and possibilities, they focus on small bits of information while using frequent collaboration to make decisions. With climate change a reality, William H. Hooke suggests we look to meteorologists as a model for how we can solve the twenty-first century's most urgent environmental problems. Living on the Real World explains why we should be approaching environmental issues collaboratively, each taking on a challenging aspect and finding solutions to small parts of the larger problem. It outlines current crises brought about by climate change and extreme weather, including effects on food, water, and energy, and then explores the ways we can tackle these problems together. Blending science with a philosophical approach, Hooke offers a clear-eyed analysis as well as an inspiring call to action. Everyone from scientists to politicians, educators to journalists, and businesses large and small, can - and must-participate in order to save the planet for generations to come.
William H. Hooke is senior policy fellow at the American Meteorological Society and director of its policy program.A