Title: How to Avoid a Climate Disaster
Authors: Gates, Bill
Genre: Non Fiction
Pages: 380
Year: 2021
Language: English
Description: Which do you want first, the good news or the bad news? In this accessible and cogent guide to global warming and climate change, author Bill Gates delivers both the many challenges ahead, as well as the solutions that are lining up and the breakthrough technologies that are needed.

Written with simplicity and clarity, this blueprint for avoiding disaster is fortified with science and economics and offers a potential path to a zero-carbon future.

Comments from BDS Reviewers:

"An easy, interesting and quick read. The book is well organised and the author's plan is clear."

"I was pleased to read that Gates is calling for the work and money to come from the 'rich countries', those who have created the problem."

"I think everyone should read this book and discuss its contents and perspectives. Whether they will choose to read it, is a different proposition."

"Clearly written and easily read."

"Gates does not bog the narrative down with unnecessary technical detail."

"This is a good overall guide to the global complexity of working towards carbon zero."

"If you have a scientific mind, this book may seem a bit simplistic, but it's an excellent book for the average reader."

Categories: Non fiction, Community, Contemporary, Environmental, Human Rights, Learning, Political, Science & Technology, Social commentary/perspectives, 2022 Titles


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