Have you ever wondered what you’d have done if you’d had to confront crises from the past—slavery, the Holocaust, the civil rights movement?
We’re faced with equally-serious issues today—the climate crisis, a sixth mass-extinction, the depletion of our freshwater reserves, a global refugee crisis, to name but a few. What are you doing about these?
Perhaps the best answer is this statement from a young American activist, Aditi Juneja: If you’ve wondered what you would’ve done during [such upheavals]…you’re doing it now.
My latest book, hot off the press, tackles these very issues head-on, and asks some provocative questions about our role. I think you will enjoy it.
A free preview is available at this safe link—
The collected essays are required reading, I believe, for anyone who cares about the future of our planet.
I imagine us as warring colonies of ants in this earthly garden, intent on destroying each other…..until a celestial gardener comes along in big boots and stomps us all into oblivion.
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Hi. I wonder how well, or if, mankind will survive the problems. The world’s enormous overpopulation makes solutions harder to find and put in place successfully.