How to Save the World from Climate Change
It may sound like a cliché, but this could be the last thing you need.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, or at least it could be.
The world is in the midst of an unprecedented global pandemic, with some 20 million people on the brink of starvation, according to the United Nations.
But, like a lot of people, I’m not convinced the world is really at risk.
I think we’re just in a period of profound transformation and, as people get accustomed to this, they’ll move forward, said Dan Drezner, author of “The End of Faith.”
“They’ll start to understand that this is not a scary thought, it’s a reality, and they’ll stop thinking in terms of the future,” he said.
In his latest book, “The Coming Collapse,” Drezners co-authored a postscript to a story that appeared in The New York Times in August.
In it, he wrote that the end is near for humanity as we’ve been told it would be.
That is not the case, he said, but he said the end might be as soon as “five to 10 years.”
The end of this world is now.
We have to move on.
— Dan Drazner (@dan_drazner) August 31, 2018 “The End” is a novel by the author of the best-selling book “The Bell Jar,” about the discovery of alien DNA.
Drezns book was published in January 2018.
Drazners is one of the top-selling authors of the year, and he’s also a frequent guest on talk shows and news shows.
Drezner is a self-proclaimed atheist and does not believe in God.
But in his own way, he believes that the world will end soon, and it might just be the beginning of that apocalypse.
“I think there’s this fundamental shift that’s coming and we’re going to have to start adapting to it,” he told NPR in a phone interview.
This is not an existential threat, he added.
“It’s just a matter of when, not if.”
When Dreznings book came out in February 2018, he was already living in Los Angeles.
He was working as a freelancer and had been thinking about moving to New York City.
But he didn’t want to leave his home state, and so, after a lengthy search, he came to the conclusion that moving was the best option.
Now, he’s living in New York and working as an editor for The New Yorker.
He’s hoping to start writing his next book in about five years.
On Twitter, he writes that he has no plans to leave New York.
I feel like the world has moved on.”