We are meeting Wednesday, September 22, at 5:30 p.m. at Whetstone Library in Clintonville, 3903 N. High St., Columbus 43214.
Paul brings a unique perspective as a psychologist and a former science educator to explore the deeper reasons why we are not acting on the climate crisis, and he offers insight into the opportunities for acting now to preserve the quality of life for generations to come. Learn more about the book here. You can purchase the book for $12.99 (PB) or the ebook is $3.99. You may attend even if you have not read the book or not finished it.
Science tells us global warming is real, but too many people are living their lives as though we have an eternity to address the impending global crises.
Even the COVID-19 pandemic has failed to get the world to grasp that it is best to address a serious threat to our health and well-being sooner rather than later. The time to act is now – not when the problem is practically irreversible.
Paul Robinson, Ph.D., a psychologist and former science teacher, explores the science of global warming in a question-and-answer format that anyone can understand. He answers questions such as:
• How do scientists collect data on global warming and is it reliable?
• How hot is the Earth becoming?
• What is causing the Earth to warm?
Robinson also explores the psychological and moral substrates of the problem, recognizing that facts do not always change people’s minds. He makes the case that global warming is a moral and spiritual issue.
Get answers about global warming and what we can do to preserve the quality of life for generations to come.
The event is free to all. Free will donations at Registration are appreciated and support the work of Simply Living.
About the Author
Paul Robinson, Ph.D., is a former science teacher and has been a psychologist for 50 years — and a student of science even longer. He cares deeply about the future of Earth and the quality of life for future generations. Paul offers a different perspective to the issues of global warming and climate change.