• Couverture Nature's ultimatum
  • 4eme Nature's ultimatum


The stakes and prospects of the United States' urgent return to the climate battle

Michel Innocent Peya

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In this book, Michel Innocent Peya focuses on "climate finance" and the withdrawal and return of the world's leading power, the United States, in the battle against climate change, by assessing its real financial impact in order to fight collectively against the ultimatum given by nature. The States are determined to take up the challenge and assume their responsibilities, as the Biden administration has done, in order to wage the "people's battle" against global warming and the perils that it may cause in the medium term. A vibrant appeal is launched to all the world's decision-makers as well as to state and non-state actors. As the years go by, the planet is experiencing rising temperatures and precipitation is constantly increasing. These are the results of a multiform pollution that threatens the existence of nations. Our beautiful nature is being devastated by greenhouse gas emissions and ever-increasing waste. The few world powers, those that can be qualified as major polluters, are few in number but threaten the balance of our system to the detriment of collective well-being. What will become of our planet, our environment, if the community of polluters continues to refuse to take its responsibilities?

  • Date de publication : 14 janvier 2022
  • Broché - format : 13,5 x 21,5 cm • 320 pages
  • Langue : anglais
  • ISBN : 978-2-343-25362-6
  • EAN13 : 9782343253626
  • EAN PDF : 9782140201486
  • EAN ePUB : 9782336952222

Michel Innocent Peya holds a doctorate in Management Sciences, Option Financial Management, and in Environmental Management, and is an international expert on ecological and environmental issues. His research focuses on the management of organizations, the practice of democracy in Africa, and climate and ecological issues. He is a committed researcher and author of several books.

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