“For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he is beginning to realize that, in order to survive, he must protect it.”
Following on from last month’s climate talks in Paris, and in the wake of bizarre weather patterns that are currently sweeping the globe, we here at Words in mOcean have decided to begin the year by focusing our attention on climate change and our oceans.
Over the coming weeks we will be publishing posts from our the “Sea Change” chapter of our book “Do Fish Sleep?: and 38 other ocean mysteries” (available to buy at the discounted price this January of $1.46 in the US, 99p in the UK, and EUR 1.38 in Europe). Some of the questions we will be looking at include “How far sea levels will rise in the next 100 years?”, “How the oceans slow down climate change?”, “How the oceans may come to our rescue by providing us with limitless amounts of cheap renewable energy?” and “What might happen if The Gulf Stream switches off?”.
“Do Fish Sleep?: and 38 other ocean mysteries”is available to buy on kindle here for the reduced price of $1.46 (99p) until the end of January. To read it, you do not need to own a Kindle device, just the Kindle App which is a free download for smartphones or tablets. It can also be read with“Kindle Cloud Reader” on a PC or Laptop.