by Solomon Goldstein-Rose
Reviewed by Linda:
This very eye-opening book should be read by all concerned citizens, scientists, engineers, public officials, activists, donors, farmers, and educators. Written by a well-known local activist, it makes clear how much bigger we need to be thinking to solve this problem, and lays out a framework for doing so that is technically and politically possible. Although the list of what needs to be done is daunting, the social benefits that are likely to result from this project are exciting to consider.
Visit our Local Author Interviews page to view a recorded interview with the author from April 22, 2020.