Climate Fiction Book Club: 350 New Mexico

Monday July 22, 2019

Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice

202 Harvard Dr SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

18+

Contact:

Nancy Singham, 350 New Mexico

Phone: 505.492.2890
Website: Click to Visit

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Discuss the best-selling book with like-minded individuals.

Reading:   New York 2140 by  Kim Stanley Robinson.

Please join us for another “Cli-Fi” (Climate fiction) book discussion!

It is 2140, and the world waited too long to stop emitting greenhouse gases. Carbon emissions have finally been lowered to zero, but oceans have risen and coastal cities like New York are under water.  Yet hope for political change and climate justice is rising after a massive, storm induced flood threatens those living in the already flooded canals/streets of the lower city. 

What lessons can we learn from Cli-fi? What can we do to keep this flooded future from coming true? Join us to discuss this best seller.  The book is available from our libraries and retailers in many formats including paper, digital and audio.