Okay. I mean, I think I've typed this a million times but again, this is one of those books where the title tells you all you need to know. But this one is slightly better, because it tells you what this book is about, but not exactly what this book is about. No details, nothing. Which means you have to buy it. What a brilliant marketing strategy.
Ah well. This book is mainly about the climate issues that this world is suffering from and different solutions to it (but you already knew that). It also evaluates how different countries can adapt these solutions and whether we can do it.
I mean, I feel really repetitive in my posts, but I REALLY, REALLY recommend this book, not least because of the fact that Bill Gates wrote this book. I mean, come on! The Bill Gates, the techno-giant that founded Microsoft and the guy that's been all around the world learning and actually enjoying techniques to help climate change.
Also, I like Gates' approach to talking about this problem. For one, he talks like a scientist. Like, a real scientist (but without the jargon that 99% of people can't understand). That's a real sign that you know what you're talking about, that you can actually get into the science of things. Also, if you doubt credibility (which you shouldn't, I mean, come on!), this man has donated 2 billion dollars to climate change. If that isn't enough to convince you, nothing will.
Overall, really like this book, buy this book, you won't regret it. Nothing more to say.