How to Be a Climate Optimist: Blueprints for a Better World
Canadian author Chris Turner gives readers a sense of hope amid the climate crisis our world is facing. He provides extensive research and information, highlighting the science, policy, and urban design already making a difference in the fight against climate change, offering an optimistic view of the positive effects of these projects on the climate and environment. In a senior secondary classroom, this text may be explored as a whole class or made available as a supplementary resource for students studying environmental science, senior-level Science or Urban Studies courses. The book’s current and up-to-date information about global climate issues and the innovative ways that citizens, governments, and scientists are prepared to tackle them also makes it useful to inspire individual research projects in the classroom.