Are We Screwed?



A Declaration Of Resistance, And A Roadmap For Radical Change, From The Generation That Will Be Most Screwed By Climate Change.The Millennial Generation Could Be First To Experience The Doomsday Impacts Of Climate Change It S Also The Last Generation Able To Do Something About Them With Time Ticking Down, 31 Year Old Journalist Geoff Dembicki Journeyed To Silicon Valley, Canada S Tar Sands, Washington, DC, Wall Street And The Paris Climate Talks To Find Out If He Should Hope Or Despair What He Learned Surprised Him Millions Of People His Age Want To Radically Change Our World, And They Are At The Forefront Of Resistance To The Politicians And CEOs Steering Our Planet Towards Disaster.In Are We Screwed , Dembicki Gives A Firsthand Account Of This Movement, And The Shift In Generational Values Behind It, Through The Stories Of Young People Fighting For Their Survival It Begins With A Student Who Abandons Society To Live In The Rainforest And Ends With A Muslim Feminist Fomenting A Political Revolution We Meet A Brooklyn Artist Terrifying The Oil Industry, A Norwegian Scientist Running Across The Melting Arctic And An Indigenous Filmmaker Challenging The Worldview Of Mark Zuckerberg Are We Screwed Makes A Bold Argument In These Troubled Times A Safer And Equitable Future Is Achievable Than We Ve Been Led To Believe This Book Will Forever Change How You View The Biggest Existential Challenge Of Our Era And Redefine The Generation Now Battling Against The Odds To Solve It.Are We Screwed?

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  • Hardcover
  • 304 pages
  • Are We Screwed?
  • Geoff Dembicki
  • 20 November 2019
  • 9781632864819

10 thoughts on “Are We Screwed?

  1. says:

    I received a copy of this book through Goodreads First Reads program As should probably be evident by the subject matter global warming , this is not a warm fuzzy read I had to break up my reading of this with some lighthearted fiction to avoid feeling utterly mired in despair From a research standpoint, there wasn t much presented here that I didn t already know about The author did introduce some younger activitists battling climate change, and reading about their experiences was interesting It was encouraging to see the statistics the author presented about younger generations being concerned about the climate and taking a broad global outlook to probelms, as opposed to a narrow nationalistic one While that is a leap in the right direction, I do wonder if there will be enough time for the next generation to implement changes, or if the idealism in those surveyed will stagnate with age The book does have a younger voice, and reading this, I picked up a sense of frustration shared by many that an older, decaying generation seems to prefer that a planet die with them, rather than change the status q...

  2. says:

    Enjoyed the stories of what individuals are doing to fight climate change Your mileage may vary depending on interest in each profile story Recommend the book, in spite of unsatisfactory conclusions.

  3. says:

    This book provides important context and insight for the continuing fight against climate change As a millennial, I was especially interested in the perspective of the author regarding the specific challenges millennials face when considering climate change as a long term threat I thought the book was a good balance of old information why climate change is important, why climate change is real , and several premises about how millennials are specially affected and have specifically attacked the problem the author posits that some of these solutions are millennial specific I thought the tone was a little young millennials are hitting their 30s now, and I don t think the chip on the shoulder, not allowed to sit and the big kids table angle fit with me as a millennial, in addition to edging really near the edge of overgeneralizing about a whole bunch of people namely, a global cohort of individuals within a certain age range especially since most data was extremely US and Canada centric I become interested in the individual stories and examples woven in became much compelling as the book went on I hated the first guy, a dude trying out self sustainable farming in Canada , and found myself eager to read the second half of th...

  4. says:

    I enjoyed all the different stories in this book some of the individual situations I had heard a little bit about at the time, so it was interesting to go in depth but I really did not care for the author s writing style and felt like I was just rolling my eyes every other line by the end of the book At one point, he describes how he was hungover at a meeting with some Wall Street financial advisors because he had gone to see a band perform the night before, and he told his friends he only wanted to have a couple Miller high lifes because he had this important meeting the next day, but then the band ended up being so cool and eclectic that he couldn t resist just throwing back the Miller high lifes, and so he ended up being hungover for like half this meeting And in case you re wondering, no, his being ...

  5. says:

    Stephen Harper, Fort McMurray, Athabasca tar sands, Are We Screwed By Geoff Dembicki is a Canadian book about climate change and millennials While the book centers on Canadian politics and pipelines, it also includes chapters on climate change, Bernie Sanders, Silicon Valley, and Washington lobbyists The sole optimistic message is that millennials might save the planet.If ...

  6. says:

    This book has a significant amount of selection bias in the research and an almost unpalatable amount of generalization of ideas from single data points While the author obviously met with and interviewed a number of people as well as doing a fair amount of research, the conclusions reached in the book are narrowly focused and not ...

  7. says:

    This is one of the important books I have read in recent years It is a optimistic look at our upcoming future, so long as we all recognize that climate change IS HAPPENING and we CAN do something about it As a person who has read at least a dozen books on the subject of climate change, this is the first written by a millennial who will be among those most affected by climate change that sad to say my generation and the...

  8. says:

    As to the title premise, I d still say yes, we are and no, it s not their fault Although the demographics are in the future s favor as far as this goes, the ones running the status quo will continue lining their pockets while there s still a planet to pillage..So as usual, we ll react to the situations we create, because it s the path of least social resistance.And for the record, this isn t how a real...

  9. says:

    Yes.There s still people in the trenches making some progress, and they re gaining traction as the boomers die off but really there s not enough time left for a few decades of gradual power transfer.The most inspiring story is that of Paul who gave up on the whole endeavo...

  10. says:

    I understand Trump s election impacts climate change, but I could have done without the chapter on the Sanders campaign I liked the stories of taking on Fortune 500 companies and biking around the world to docu...

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