What will the world look like in 2050 if we take action to get global warming under control? What will the world look like if we don’t?
Imagining a world in which these two scenarios play out, In Our Hands: A Handbook for Intergenerational Actions to Solve the Climate Crisis looks at the individual and collective actions we must take to shape our future and avoid environmental and societal collapse.
Written specifically for use in U.S. schools, colleges and self-organizing groups of citizens such as IONS Community Groups, this book seeks to address the climate crisis. Provided in workbook format, In Our Hands lays out many of the actions that individuals can take in their personal, community and professional lives, where students and concerned citizens can note the actions that most interest them. It highlights the significant potential that intergenerational collaboration and action could have. A central theme is the need for a shift in consciousness to support the actions we all need to take.
Wilford Welch, a longtime noetic explorer, has been investigating the driving forces impacting our world for more than five decades, including work as a U.S. diplomat in Asia, a professor of international business management, an economic development consultant, and publisher of a world affairs magazine. He is also the author of The Tactics of Hope: How Social Entrepreneurs Are Changing Our World.
For more information about this book and where you can purchase it, please visit www.WilfordWelch.com/books where there are links to numerous sales channels.