Fire in the Wind
In the year 2036, much farmland has been lost due to higher temperatures; coastal flooding has uprooted thousands of families, creating 'the displaced'; environmental movements have become radicalized; and climate change has become the central topic in the presidential election. There are many issues, and the US is crying out for a leader who will give them hope. Dana Stein has created an exciting story line that weaves its way through the lives of a displaced farmer, a National Security Council staffer, and a college professor. Will these three individuals be able to come up with a plan to reverse the severe damage to the globe? Is it too late to squelch the Fire in the Wind?
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