Of Population and Pollution –A Global Warming Primer

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Date of Publication: April 5, 2016

Year of Publication: 2016

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Author(s): Arnold James Byron

One Man’s Thoughts on What We Need to Do to Prevent Human Extinction from Overpopulation and Global Warming

In an effort to end overpopulation and solve the global warming dilemma, author Arnold J. Byron defines humanity’s severest situation in order to work backward from it—and find a solution that will revitalize our stressed planet into a healthy one. The result is his intrepid collection of essays, Of Population and Pollution: A Global Warming Primer.

Confronting the possibility of human extinction, this book provides a straightforward, feasible strategy to prevent it, even identifying the specific world leaders needed to successfully implement the plan. From explanations on how thermal depolymerization can be used to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to the necessity of replacing nuclear power with solar- and wind-powered electricity, the author presents practical suggestions that address all of the factors currently distressing our environment.

This compelling, no-nonsense guide will kick-start you into actively fighting against the worst-case scenario and spreading the word—so that by working together, all across the globe, we might save our planet before it’s too late.

Discover the steps you can take today to ensure you still have a life tomorrow.

The book is available for purchase here.

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