Published on April 15. Book Launch on May 1st, 2016
"Meat Climate Change: the 2nd Leading Cause of Global Warming," by Moses Seenarine is a must-read, essential guidebook to climate and diet.
The guidebook includes an informative chapter on the 2015 Paris Agreement, and a vitally important chapter on climate change and health. The book examines in detail the impacts of climate change and diet on the poor, water, forests, soil, oceans, biodiversity and disease.
The book provides an excellent background on climate literacy, and great insights into climate politics. Importantly, it explores near term climate change scenarios to the year 2100, and necessary personal, social and policy changes for climate mitigation.
This book would be useful to anyone interested in learning about climate change, the environment, diet and health, social inequality, and animal-based agribusiness. It is addressed to the general public, educators, social and environmental activists, climate scientists and policy-makers.
Welcome to XPYR Press.
Xpyr Press is a small, independent California publisher started in 2015. The press was founded to promote unique voices and critical works on vital subjects. Social and scientific literacy has never been greater, and so too the need for more generalized, holistic perspectives. We urge the public to support species and causes before they/we expire.
Our first title, Meat Climate Change: The 2nd Leading Cause of Global Warming," is a unique and critical guidebook on the intersection of climate and diet. It discusses the Paris Climate Agreement and covers food and climate literacy from a wide range of perspectives. Importantly, the book includes solutions from personal change and social action, to policy initiatives. This exciting and timely publication will be launched at VegFestLA on May 1st, and is available on Amazon.
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