Climate Change Musings and Studies from Lake Superior’s North Shore
Climate change may be happening, but what does that mean to the average small-town citizen in northern Minnesota? From potlucks to politics, idling to ice cover, dogsledding to droughts, cliff jumping to carbon dioxide, Katya Gordon connects our day-to-day lives with our warming world and changing climate. Understanding the situation is a prerequisite to improving it; rather than dwelling on human failings, Katya focuses on the solutions to the climate crisis that faces us all and celebrates our expanding ability to transform the world around us and the planet beneath us, one action at a time.
Nystrom Publishing Company, 2018
Paperback, 140 pages, 5.5 x 8 inches