Hot, Flat, and Crowded | Thomas L. FriedmanThomas L. These factors are all connected, and taken together require our immediate and sustained action in order to save humanity and our home. More people equal more people to feed. It means a larger number of people consuming resources. Yet growth and increased consumption are inevitable results of more people living with higher standards like individualized transit the number of individuals purchasing cars is skyrocketing in India and communications like cell phones and computers, which require electricity to power them , and a global food chain. In short, we are living in an increasingly globalized world.
Review: Hot, Flat and Crowded. Why the World Needs a Green Revolution by Thomas L. Friedman
Want to Read Currently Reading Read! It's about us. If you've been reading his columns since "The World is Flat" there isn't much new here, but he does synthesize it all very well. Aug 01, Donna rated it it was amazing Shelves: general-nonfiction.
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Thomas L. Friedman's no. Now Friedman brings a fresh outlook to the crises of destabilizing climate change and rising competition for energy—both of which could poison our world if we do not act quickly and collectively. His argument speaks to all of us who are concerned about the state of America in the global future. Friedman proposes that an ambitious national strategy— which he calls "Geo-Greenism"—is not only what we need to save the planet from overheating; it is what we need to make America healthier, richer, more innovative, more productive, and more secure.