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The Story of More

April 13, 2020
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In a time of conversation about togetherness and shared human experience, the continuous thread that links 7 billion humans is that we're all calling planet Earth home. The New York Times recently featured Hope Jahren's The Story of More: How We Got to Climate Change and Where to Go from Here in an article about ambitious books fighting climate change. As a geobiologist, Jahren uses facts and figures as warnings that we must learn to take care of our planet. Climate change has been a frequent topic in the upcoming presidential race, and this book argues for the importance of taking care of the Earth. Jahren's book provides an indisputable link between human habits and our planet. It's both insightful and easy to read, leaving you with more to ponder on your own.

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