Jesse Vilinksy narrates this comprehensive look at worldwide water crises. From Flint, Michigan, to Afghanistan, from pollution to climate change-driven catastrophes, from failing infrastructure to an absence of infrastructure--she explains the causes and harms of water stressors. The audiobook is, understandably, heavy with weights and measures (in both English and metric), but Vilinsky commands interest by setting a dire tone that tells listeners they'd better pay attention--too much is at stake. In "case study" sections, which contain quotes from statements, meetings, and interviews, Vilinksky channels the anguish and anger of people affected by water-related sickness, death, wildlife die-offs, relocations--even war. In the concluding chapter, Vilinsky offers possible solutions and actions in a hopeful manner. This audiobook will change listeners' understanding of water. L.T. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2022]
Digital Download Workman Audio 2022
DD ISBN $14.67
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