Mon, 24 May 2021

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm BST

How to Save Our Planet – The Facts

Mark Maslin

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It’s time to face the facts and save our planet from, and for, ourselves. Earth System scientist Mark Maslin is here with an indispensable guide to the greatest war humanity will ever face.

Mark Maslin joins How To Academy to give you the facts you need to understand the harsh realities of the climate crisis, what the future looks like if we act and if we do not, and what we can all do now.

We need to deal with: climate change, environmental destruction, global poverty and ensure everyone’s security. We have the technology. We have the resources. We have the money. We have the scientists, the entrepreneurs and the innovators. We lack the politics and policies to make your vision of a better world happen.

Don’t miss this call to action, guaranteed to equip everyone with the knowledge needed to make change. From the history of our planet and species, to the potential of individuals and our power to create a better future, Professor Maslin will inspire optimism in these bleak times.

Praise for Mark Maslin’s How To Save Our Planet: The Facts:

‘In How to Save Our Planet, Mark Maslin is like an environmental pathologist stripping away the superfluous and cutting to the very heart of the problem with a brilliant clarity. This book is like a roadmap to recovery for humanity by informing and inspiring in equal measure. It is a book every human needs to have to hand as we tackle this crisis head on’ – Bella Lack, Conservationist and Environmental Activist

‘Climate change facts have never been as understandable or as compelling as in Professor Maslin’s book. This is a book to be read, understood and acted upon’ – Christiana Figueres, former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 2010-2016, author of The Future We Choose

‘A much needed evidence-based handbook and rallying cry for urgent climate action. Professor Mark Maslin unfolds the magnitude of what humans have done to our precious planet while pointing to how we can solve the climate emergency before it is too late’ – Jennifer Morgan, Executive Director, Greenpeace International

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Mark Maslin

Professor of Earth System Science, UCL

Mark A. Maslin is Professor of Earth System Science at University College London and a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit scholar. His most recent book is The Cradle of Humanity, which Professor Brian Cox called ‘exhilarating’.