Climate Change & Severe Weather Atlas
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We're very sorry that you decided not to order our Climate Change & Severe Weather Atlas. It is a very valuable tool and we hope that you will reconsider. If you have questions or comments, please let us know. Please read below and reconsider your order. Thank you.
This is the first in our Reimagination: Tools for Survival GIS and Mapping Atlases. We are developing these because living in the 21st century is becoming increasingly difficult. Recent headlines include layoffs, bailouts, deficit spending, cuts in social programs, retirements evaporating, looming changes in the climate, unending war, species extinction, pollution, water shortages. Housing is unaffordable for many and foreclosures are increasing, jobs that pay a living wage are becoming scarce, decent blue collar jobs have been exported. Increasing numbers of us go without healthcare. Mainstream foods and goods are frequently unsafe, strip malls and big box stores devastate our main streets, our government is unresponsive to our needs and the needs of the earth ... The list goes on and on and on and the headlines only indicate the "tip of the iceberg." What will happen to us, to our children, to our communities, to the earth? We must prepare for the potentially catastrophic convergence of peak oil and climate change and work towards making the 21st century our finest.
You will find that our new series, soon to include energy, transportation, demographics, environment & ecology, water & hydrology, disasters, toxics atlases and more, will help you to survive and thrive in the 21st century. It may also present opportunities for you to become an expert in the field, consulting with other, helping individuals, communities and organizations cope with the changes we face.
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