The Two $20 Trillion Opportunities

Part 3 Of Building The Climate Change Bridge Series Planning The Selfless Economy Fixing Our Financial Mess

by James Michael Matthew



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/5/2023

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 152
ISBN : 9781665742559
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 152
ISBN : 9781665742566
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 152
ISBN : 9781665742542

About the Book

The Two $20 Trillion Opportunities is the third and final part of a series dedicated to offering innovative solutions to ease problems tied to global warming, climate change, rising ocean coastlines, biodiversity loss, desertification, ocean pollution, and the depletion of fresh water.

The first book in the series—Building the Climate Change Bridge—explored how we can transition from relying on fossil fuels to green energy. More importantly, it proposed a bridge for getting from here to there.

The second book—Defeating the New Axis Powers—focused on the geopolitical issues related to climate change.

This final book in the series lays out a plan to create what author James Michael Matthew calls “the selfless economy.” He reveals how to pay for both building a climate bridge and creating a selfless economy.

As our collective concern about the future of our planet grows, there has never been a more critical time to explore how humanity can pursue responsible and practical strategies to move forward and ensure our future.

About the Author

James Michael Matthew is an award-winning author, financial executive and, industrialist with more than forty years of experience. He is the founder and chairman of JM Prophecies Corp., which focuses on tackling the major challenges of our times, building the selfless economy, and inverting the global wealth inequality pyramid. He graduated from The Johns Hopkins University with a master’s in biotechnology enterprise and entrepreneurship, 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 at Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, the University of Oxford.