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Waking the Frog eBook ô 260 pages Download ↠ randarenewables Û Venture capitalist entrepreneur engineer and philosopher Tom Rand explains why climate disruption might just be our very own pot of hot water Are we the frog paralyzed in our inaction? In a highly readable account Rand looks to contemporary psR time Waking the Frog is as much about solutions as it is an account of our present paralysis Our ingenuity and technology can both turn down the heat and enable economic oppotunit A compelling call to action to save the world for future generations and why we need to start right now A must read

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Venture capitalist entrepreneur engineer and philosopher Tom Rand explains why climate disruption might just be our very own pot of hot water Are we the frog paralyzed in our inacti I don't think I would have liked this book as much as I did had it not been for the last chapter I was looking for something that would either help a regular person make a bigger difference in climate change than recycling or some information which would inspire the possibility of hope and the last chapter provides the latter which is nice Overall the book is well researched and well written

eBook È Waking the Frog ë Tom Rand

Waking the Frog On? In a highly readable account Rand looks to contemporary psychology economics business and finance to explain our stasis in the face of one of the most fundamental problems of ou A very informative and inspiring book that gives hope in realistic terms to the most pressing challenge for humans in the 21st century From outlining the reasons for inaction on climate change to the achievable methods of averting disaster Tom Rand provides clarity on how we got to where we are and how we can move forwardI remember doing a project on Global Warming in Grade 8 I recall being happy that the world was taking action on this incredibly important issue to secure a safe future for me and my children Thirteen years later we're not where I'd hoped we'd be but we still have a chance to preserve the life and wealth we've enjoyed up to this point and thank goodness some leaders are finally stepping up to the plateI leave you with the final uote from this book which succinctly sums up the human condition when facing any and all challengesWe are not masters of our domain unless we are first masters of ourselves pg 208