Building the Climate Change Bridge

The Great Water Opportunity from Global Warming

by James Michael Matthew



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/9/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781665734301
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781665734295
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 132
ISBN : 9781665734288

About the Book

Discover new solutions for solving the critical problems brought by global warming, climate change, rising ocean coastlines, biodiversity loss, desertification, ocean pollution, and the depletion of fresh water with Building the Climate Change Bridge.

James Michael Matthew observes that the primary problem with climate change leadership is that virtually no one has determined how to transition from a centuries-old society based on fossil fuels to a green-energy based society. This book—the first in a three-volume series—aims to serve as a bridge to get to where we must go.

Get answers to questions such as:

Why is the battle against global warming all about water—and not about carbon emissions?

Why is the concept of net-zero carbon flawed?

How can we pay for the climate change bridge?

Why is energy diversification so important?

How has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changed everything?

Solving climate change will be all about making decisions under great uncertainty, among choices that often will seem unpalatable. Such is the case when confronting the challenges related to global warming.

About the Author

James Michael Matthew, an award winning author, financial executive, and industrialist, is the founder and chairman of JM Prophecies Corp, which aims to invert the global wealth inequality pyramid as it tackles world challenges. He graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a master’s in biotechnology enterprise and entrepreneurship. He also earned an MBA from Michigan State University and a bachelor’s in accounting and auditing from the University of Illinois-Springfield. He completed post graduate studies in law and sustainability and the future of sustainable business from the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, the University of Oxford.