Senator Rob Hogg's new book on climate change, America’s Climate Century, is now available. It is short (120 pages) and affordable ($10.95). It is a fresh, concise, readable book about climate science, the real life consequences of climate change, doable solutions for sustainability, and how Americans can think about the issue and take action based on our values, our history, and our culture – to finally take the national climate action we so urgently need for our future.
Here are the book events where Senator Hogg will be reading and signing books:
Friday, June 7 - Fort Madison - Fort Madison Public Library, 1920 Avenue E, at noon
Friday, June 7 - Fairfield - Southside Books, 59 East Broadway, at 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 8 - Madrid - 1000 Friends of Iowa Annual Meeting (all day)
Wednesday, June 12 - Independence - Em and Jerry's Coffee Shop, 324 First Street, at 2:00 p.m.
Wednesday, June 12 – Dubuque – River Lights Book Store, 1098 Main Street, at 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 15 - Davenport - The I-RENEW 21st Anniversary Renewable Energy Expo at the Figge Art Museum, 225 W. 2nd St., Davenport (all day)
Friday, June 21 - Cedar Rapids - New Bo Books, 1105 Third Street SE, in Cedar Rapids, at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 22 - Decorah - The Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Center, 119 Winnebago Street, beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Thursday, June 27 - Des Moines - The Book Store, 606 Locust Street, in downtown Des Moines, at noon.
If you would like an event in your community, contact Senator Hogg at SenatorRobHogg@gmail.com.
Senator Hogg has already held book events at New Bo Books in Cedar Rapids (May 4), Prairie Lights in Iowa City (May 4), Beaverdale Books in Des Moines (May 20), Mattingly Music and Books in Newton (May 20), Café Diem in Ames (May 29), the Sioux City Public Museum (June 2), and University Book & Supply in Cedar Falls (June 3).
The book has been reviewed in the Cedar Rapids Gazette and by an independent blogger. Here are the web addresses of these two reviews:
If you like the book, please let your friends, family, and colleagues around the country know about it. Senator Hogg hopes the book will become a national best seller and serve as a reference, organizing tool, and inspiration for climate education and advocacy around our state and our country.
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