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An Evening with Environmental Journalist Jeff Goodell, Author of The Heat Will Kill You First: Life on a Scorched Planet

Presented by Hudson Library & Historical Society at Hudson Library and Historical Society, Hudson OH

Sep 19 2023
An Evening with Environmental Journalist Jeff Goodell, Author of The Heat Will Kill You First: Life on a Scorched Planet

Uncover how extreme heat is a force beyond anything we have reckoned with before with award-winning journalist Jeff Goodell. Goodell will discuss climate change as detailed in his latest book, The Heat Will Kill You First.

Kirkus Reviews opines, “[Goodell] provides an intimate look at the effects of our planet’s warming on individual lives…another stark, crucial reminder that we are running out of time to save humankind.” Please note that this event is not virtual but will be held IN PERSON at the Hudson Library & Historical Society.

The world is waking up to a new reality: wildfires are now seasonal in California, the Northeast is getting less and less snow each winter, and the ice sheets in the Arctic and Antarctica are melting fast. Heat is the first-order threat that drives all other impacts of the climate crisis. And as the temperature rises, it reveals fault lines in our governments, our politics, our economy, and our values. The Heat Will Kill You First is about the extreme ways in which our planet is already changing. It is about why spring is coming a few weeks earlier and fall is coming a few weeks later, and the impact that will have on everything from our food supply to disease ... view more »


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