The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water ePub (Adobe DRM) download by Samuel K. Burlum

The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water

ESLC Inc.
Publication date: June 2017
ISBN: 9780998887210
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“The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water,” is an investigative view into the most pressing threats against modern society’s most precious natural resource; water; and how to mitigate them.

This book is NOT about taking shorter showers, and it is NOT about selling you on water filters… It is about knowing the current score related to the very essence of life, and helping you become more aware how you can make a positive impact.

“The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water,” examines the current geo-political public policies which were designed to help conserve and protect our very limited clean drinking water sources, and what government, community activists, and advocates are doing about the problem of dwindling clean fresh water supplies which humans rely on to sustain life.

This book reviews historic series of events, that act as lessons learned by former civilizations and communities, as examples of what can occur when we do not approach the subject of protecting and preserving clean drinking water for generations ahead.

“The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water,” provides perspectives from a number of data and reports on what is happening to our clean drinking water supplies, and why it is absolutely critical that we take action now, before time and water runs out.

This books shares detailed accounts of economic disasters, and the fall of most recent communities and trade as a result of mismanages and misused clean drinking water supplies; as these reports serve as a warning sign of things to come in the not so distant future.

Francis Okelo, Former Ambassador and United Nations Special Envoy, shares his thoughts about “The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water,”

“Samuel K. Burlum makes a passionate call to our American Society and to the world at large not to take clean and fresh drinking water for granted, because soon there will not be enough…He offers practical recommendations and suggestions for action our leaders, policy makers, and ordinary citizens will find most helpful in addressing this global challenge. The time for action is now, and this is a race we must win.”

Forward is by Dr. Carley Corrado, PhD, Renewable Energy and Soil Scientist, who also has a moment to review the written works by author Samuel K. Burlum.

“The Race to Protect Our Most Important Natural Resource: Water, Samuel K. Burlum provides an excellent brief and well-rounded look at the issues surrounding water today. While the current challenges in the way of having enough clean water are vast and intimidating, those issues are broken down into concise explanations with tangible instructions as to how to navigate through the mucky waters. This is a great place to start in becoming informed.”

The Author, Samuel K. Burlum, is a career entrepreneur, author and investigative reporter, who’s career dates back to 1992 when he founded his first business. Burlum’s area of expertise has been within the green industry, including green technology, green related consumer products, and public policy relating to environmental concerns. Mr. Burlum holds an Associate’s Degree in Applied Sciences, having majored in Business Management while attending Berkeley College, Woodland Park, New Jersey.Currently Mr. Burlum is the CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., a green tech company which brings to the market green, eco-friendly consumer products and emissions reduction technology for the automotive and transportation industry. For more information, you can reach Mr. Burlum by visiting his website at www.SamBurlum.com.

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