ROCKVILLE, Md. (PRWEB) April 07, 2016
“Inside Climate Change: The Book Of Facts, Poems, Riddles and Rhymes” (published by iUniverse) describes a poetic journey about what’s to come if the world doesn’t change its energy consumption habits and dependency on fossil fuels, according to author Professor What-If.
“This environmental nightmare is real, yet we continue to deny it,” What-If says. “The deterioration of our planet can be slowed, and in time corrected, as science evolves, but first we have to stop draining Mother Earth of its precious resources.”
What-If has compiled a book of facts, poems, riddles and rhymes, through which he shares his unique vision of how the depletion of fossil fuels is accelerating global warming. He explains how people must alter their lifestyles to ensure the sustainability of future generations.
“Clearly we are in the midst of a global environmental crisis, with climate change now affecting our daily life, our weather, our personal safety,” he says. “Through a series of intense awareness-raising experiences over the last eight years, my vision of where this environmental crisis is taking us has crystallized. I felt it was my moral obligation to share my newfound knowledge with people of all nations. While everyone is talking about the serious side effects of climate change, they are ignoring the root of the problem and how to stop it. It is our greed that has consumed us and tipped the balance of our planet Earth.”
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