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Climate Change - The Earth is Dying and You Can Help To Save It - cover

Climate Change - The Earth is Dying and You Can Help To Save It

Laura M. Dalton

Publisher: Limitless Impact LLC

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Summary

Is the Earth dying?
 
Climate Change has been one of the major issues experiencing our planet today.
 
If you are curious what is REALLY happening, and how you can contribute to stopping this dilemma, then keep reading...
 
Animals are being extinct, water is becoming insufficient, and we can no longer predict the weather.
 
Can we make an improvement in the ever-changing climate we have now?
 
So many debates about consequences and personal motives... but what can we do now to fix and repair the damage that has been done from the previous years... the history.
 
You can choose to do something or keep on asking why on everything.
 
Mother Nature is suffering, it needs a person that cares.
 
Will you just ignore it?
 
You can start changes even in your home, but before anything, you should know what is happening.
 
This Audiobook Includes:
 
A Guide To Climate Change and Global Warming At Any Age How you can help to prevent Global Warming from worsening Little Known Ways To Decrease Effect of Climate Change Correct the Incorrect notion about what is the Current State of Climate Change How Science can explain the argument between capitalism vs the climate Controversial International Negotiations on Climate Change
 
And many MANY more!
 
Much of the content of this book is being debated for its different approach.
 
In fact, some of the advice here is against what most people believe.
 
So if you are concern about Climate Change and you want to have a share of the solution, Don't Wait! Scroll up and click the “BUY WITH 1-CLICK” button.
 
 

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