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Treat Climate Change, Save the Earth: How to Prevent Flooding and Drought to Slow Global Warming

Treating the Symptoms of Climate Change, Book 1
Narrated by: Paige Johnson Jones
Length: 2 hrs and 24 mins
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Profits from this book will be used toward working to get this system implemented. Flooding and drought could become a thing of the past!

Have you ever been frantic with worry about your family and friends after a hurricane or wildfire destroyed their homes?

Have you worried that all that we can seem to do so far is to debate whether climate change exists, whether it's mankind's fault, and whether anything should be done about it?

Have you felt despair because while all of this debate continues, you or your family or your friends are standing waist deep in flood waters?

This book isn't a debate about climate change. The facts described in nearly all of the global warming books takes care of doing that.

This book is about realistic solutions that can be implemented globally to treat the symptoms of climate change! This is about a system that would enable us to act before the tragedies strike. I'm offering a real global solution in less than 2.5 hours! Ideas, not padding!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.

©2015 Amanda Rothman, Proactive Action, LLC (P)2015 Amanda Rothman

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